Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ServiceContract City Lets Berry Auctions Hurst Challenges' S

Beginning Sheriff Reddish ; i

A contract for service 2 Bradford County's 1968

and repair of city vehicleswas strawberry auctions got 5 Races Develop

let to Terwillegar'sFord under way here Monday

Motor Co. by the ..,_ r +q I with l light volume and im- -

I Starke City Council Tues-. e'' proved quality.
day night. 'Since .. Monday, the auction
has bandied 665 flats of berries 1 School
vjn winning the bid for the
with Wednesday's average ,
second !
straight Terwllle-
I price around $3.21 per flat.
gar will charge $4.60 per hour i
labor on cars and light trucks The. Lawtey market (Ben
Star Farms Inc.) handled a- 3 County
$5.50 for heavy' equipment
tF round 1,200 flats the first
: :
offer Ford parts at 30 per cent
.three days of the week with
discount, and other parts at
averages from
dally ranging
18-per cent'''above his cost. ( to Seats UpFive
$2.80 $3. No market fee Is
Baldwin Chevrolet- Oldsmobile deducted at Lawtey however rry
was the only other bidder. WI .
Ben Star sales manager Phil
Councilman Jimmy McRae Cronkhlte:, said he expects to more candidates

bid moved be accepted that Terwlllegar's and after low it ; t handle from, 2,000 to 3,000 inked their names to the

passed unanimously the councilman 1I 'i\1 flats per day at Lawtey start- Oath of a Candidate befpre
Ing next week.
complimented the Ford ( the deadline at noon .Tue3-
l' It Figures from the Bradford
dealer for the service he has _- : day but one has already

provided the city. :Miss Whitehead, Queen Joann:,,Scott,and Miss Joy Jones not strawberry available,'Cooperative at press time.were withdrawn.Five .
Bids. on gasoline wore also .- races are now' on,the ,I
. opqned by the Council: they '1 ballot In Bradford.
Carl Hunt and Clerk Charles shake hands after Hunt
were taken under advisement Miss Joann Scotts/ Queen Darby One big race developed
for ,evaluation. Gulf was apparent : Council Ponders qualified Tuesday morning for sheriff In what will, In all probab- Tuesday morning when Starke

low bidder at 20.19 .- ,- ility be the biggest Bradford rare of 1068. :Mayor Carl Hurst qualified to
cents Miss Joann Scott, center, of Camp Bland- Pageant for the past:two years." '
per gallon for regular challenge veteran Sheriff P.
and 21.98 cents for ethyl. The Ing was named Strawberry Queen at the. annual Miss Whitehead, '18;:has blue- l eyes and Fire Alarms D. Reddish.! It had! been rum

Counpil 'delayed accepting the beauty pageant staged Friday at; the brown hair and wants. 'a career' In-rnursing"'* ored and speculated for weeks .

bid until It has been ascertained Bradford County Fair and Strawberry .Festi Miss Jones 19, a tall ,brown'eyed r brunette No Courthouse Plans that Hurst would.run. He
that the low bid meets the val. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reese wants to travel and' be a housewife and'moth Outside face in Reddish'a past masterof

city's specifications of 94 octane R. Scott. er. CityA the political game and a.

for regular fuel and 100 Miss Cathy Whitehead left, daughter :of The contest was directed !Iby 'Mrs. Gary From Architect Yet 20-year veteran of the sheriff's

for ethyl.In Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead of Starke, ,was Dopaon! the former Miss'' Veda"Fl h of.::Mac- never settled problem of office.A .
other action the Coun- third candidate got In the
ell first runner-up and Miss Joy Jones, right of clcnny, who won the title two 'years ago. the city's responsibility! In answering -
: District 3 School Board race:
Decided Jacksonville, daughter of Mrs. Doris Dare Master of Ceremonies was Carrot' Lamb:of fire alarms beyond Architect Frank George met with the County Com
to go ahead with Starke businessman Charles
the Colley Road portion of the Jones was second runner-up. the State Department of ,Agriculture..Judges the corporate limits came up missioner here Wednesday afternoon, but again had no Sawyer owner and operatorof

joint city county commission Pretty Miss Scott, 20, la a petite brunette were Mrs. G. O..Hill of Klngsley Lake;;Mra. for another long discussion plans readied for Bradford's proposed $800,000 court- Slade Gas qualified against

and school board sidewalk with biue 'eyes who attend Santa Fe Junior F. MI Hendley of Ocala mother of''1 67 quqen\ Tuesday, but the Council could house on Temple Ave.A incumbent Art Holllday and
decide -- -
propel Efforts to obtain the ,College. She,wants career, In music. .Eho. p.atti Hendley; Louie Lee Walnwrlght,'directorof nothing. new target date for final auto lane challenger W E. Lawson.
safety ,
needed .right-of-way! on the played the piano and twirled fire batons. asher the'Florida Division of Corrections and Best that could be done plans Is the end of April an now required by law. The Beating the deadline by just
west side of Colley Road hav- i' .' after a lengthy discussion was George told the Commission.The .
talent. VInce/ Gigllo, Tallahassee. \ Board, according to Chairman 17 minutes Mrs. Hazel Underbill
to have the Fire Department
ing failed the target date Just missedwas
Council decidedto She has been In the .. Paulk qualified Tuesdayfor
\ a runner up Strawberry i.' Committee Dave Shuford, Is working: to
meet,, to talk fur-
build a sidewalk over the i this week: the District 5 County CanmLeWn'.poeWaWsnrieeRd" -.
ditch the west side ther. The Board will meet with save about a $1,000 on the ='W
on '
using "
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.t. Chief a.- Pedr
; O.
: 15-inch,.pipe.to: .cIr.a.tA..J h,u,, Casey Tel II Is- Board"-.'. '" ?# : .. '" ( BU- Its architect again next Thursday sometime In/ the coming week, Zedra 1 Hamilton of Brooker.
water. : ford asked the Council once April 11, at 4 p. m. to go he indicated./ Basil Davis of the Grahamarea
Forms far the Orange Street again to make a firm rulingon over what plans are ready.
withdrew his Wed-
Refused to $50 bill name
pay a
section of the sidewalk:! are l' the matter. Buford said pre- One change expected to nesday from the
being laid.Surveyor. sent policy leaves the decisionup save $20,000 was okayed by from DeWitt C. Jones for morning
to him and be doesn't likeIt. transporting two bodies by District 5 race after qualifying
the Commission Wednesday
Merrill McMillan
Teachers WantImprovement s ambulance to Gainesville to Monday, April 1. Davis madean
said Councilman Nell Tucker'ssuggestion Say afternoon. Plans first called fora '
was feasible and 'The dilemma boils down to separate air-conditioning have an autopsy performed. School unsuccessful Board two bid years for ago.,the

the Counrll decided to RO which responsibility la the andi heating unit on the sec :

ahead with It sIMoe most of greatest the protection of ond floor for the two court- Shaw TyreOpposed
the children walking to school the city for which Its citizens rooms. But George'' said his

travel the west'tilde' of the On $ ,$ ;pay taxes to. support a firedepartment engineers now say It will be ByRepublicans
street. or the moral obligation more feasible to use Just one

Increased cost for pipe and of. answering a distress unit downstairs and changethe ", 4111

drains every 100 feet wall estimated call In an' emergency. duct system to suit the
at around $600 by Utilities Teachers' are interestedin Buford pointed.out that the courtrooms.The .
sur>t. Oscar. Davis. how the $350,000 in edu- city's Insurance rates are architect pointed out Rep. Eugene F.: Shaw of

-Decided: : to look elsewherefor cational improv e men t placed In Jeopardy each time that now Is the time to make Starke [116th District, and

a building to house; a funds provided by the one of the two fire trucks such changes rather than Rep. Ralph Tyre of Lake City

Neighborhood Service Centerfor special session of the Flor- leaves the. town limits and after construction Is under ((17th District] both drew Republican -

CUBB Economic Agency ida Legislature is spent that the city is left unprotected. way when It would be more opposition before the

after being told the Recreation and should have a part in Attorney(George Pierce costly. qualifying deadline at noon .
Department Is using the old deciding where it pointed out that the liability! George said plans for the Tuesday. / rf7r4
Armory. CUBB had requestedthe goes Insurance on the fire trucks building are Just taking longer Shaw will be opposed In the
big room and kitchen at Supt. Casey told the School lapses after the vehicle crosses than. anyone expected.In November General Election by

the armory several days and Board Tuesday.First the city limits."I a mostly routine morning Lawton Thomas of Macclenny, L

nights per weeks and the hours problem the teacherslist hate to fee somebody's meeting the Commission. : a minister and owner of the

conflicted with the recreation according to Casey, is the house burn down.just outside Designated+ the CUBB Starke Nursing Home. .

program. present transportation sys- the city," Councilman Jimmy Economic Agency as the Tyre will be opposed by 1 _
-Referred to City Attorney tem under which some stu- McRae said, noting that the agency to handle. the county's Kurt Becker a Fernandina

George Pierce and City Survey dents arrive at school ivery equipment "does nobody any proverty program. Beach druggist t

r Merrill McMillan a request early and some late, making good sitting ,ln the fire sta -When no protests were Shaw and Tyre representthe eJ

by J. O. McOrlff Jr. It impossible to begin class tion. When ;you need it, you heard, voted to close the Jeff six-county district com-
unused street back of without waiting for stragglers.The need It." Road 8R-18 east of
that.an Perry on POlled of Clay, Bradford, UnIon Mrs. tlu/cl Paulk tosses her
his prpperty and paralleling same problem exists in But Councilman Nell Tucker Hampton. Residents who have Columbia Baker, and
hut In the for the District.
Alligator, Creek be closed and the afternoon when express with several others agreeing protested have been given a Nassau Counties.Cemetery "
the land be deeded back to bus students must leave school with him cited a matterof better entrance to their homes. 5 County (Commission,! post just

him. .The two.officials are to early again leaving many public policy, a judgment Road Foreman R. E. Jones before the noon deadline Tuen-. ,

search for deeds to the road. half-filled classrooms. The body of David Allen Crews, a, was found in this pond, au decision" and a moral obligation said. WorkIs day.

Discussed' a protest relay- Major items also listed by old borrow pit, off Peterson Road ln>et Starke. The, pond l is -Set a workshop for poll Under: Way Other for the.
; races are
Chief had
Buford said he
ed by Councilman McRae teachers are reduced class 23 feet deep In Home plat-en. Another child nearly drowned In : workers prior to the May primary Commission
District 1
after' a resident living outside loads, and sufficient funds for the pond. collected only twice the $50 but decided one prior to Fund Still Grows held County Chairman
fee for making calls outsidethe post now by
the, city limits had protesteda equipment and teaching aids. have"the" the second primary will! be
A reportedly circulated to 'pond
lit being
petition the fire' Dave Shuford 44, of Lawtey
10 per cent charge being Some classes in the countynow city. People want needless. Work: Is) well under'way In
added to his utility bill. Clerk have over 30 pupils and a fenced off.Body. department when they need It of cleaning and clearing at Cros- now completing hU first term.
Accepted a topical survey
Merrill Edwards said the few over 35. Since the new ... but are reluctant to pay the by Lake Cemetery and theappeara"re. He is being challenged by
Santa Fe Lake Road for which Carl
funds have been appropriatedby fee once the emergency to of the veteran commissioner!
Is already
[COntInued On Page Five] '" area
the legislature all students past he said. the contract la expected to be although Prevail 74. of the Lawtey'area
3 Improved
Of Child ; { let late this year or early 1969. to
who lost the post
fees will be probably cut out. ,; { Buford said he pointed out One change has been made In much work remains to
Shuford four years ago.
Teachers are'concerned that to one Lawtey resident that; be done.
Spring they will end up with less the city puts a $25.000 truckon the plans by the State Road The committee expressed Incumbent Jerome Johns,
supply money than under the Is/ Found ThursdayThe : the road every time It answers Department which calls thanks this week to Dave 40. Is being challenged for the
the five-mile road to be pavedall
Fashion Show fee system. a call. The Lawtey resident Paulk for providing the use of District 3 Commission post
One Item listed! by Casey refused! to pay because around the lake by filling bulldozer( equipment at cost which he has held for two

FRIDAY, APRIL 5 for which some of the Improvement body of 3-year-old David Allen Crews, son of the fire truck arrived after In 1.800 feet of swamp going which was a great savings to terms. DuPont employee.

funds will be spentIs Mrs. .Connie :Crews, was found Thursday, March 28' the fire was out. east from the Little Santa Fo the fund. Half of the bulldozer Ralph Bryan, making his first
8 P.M.WOMAN'S Road ending an boat ramp where no road now work was paid for from the political race; Is the compell-
a summer in-service train- about 4p.m. in a'borrow pit on Peterson A group of fourth grade exists to connect with the fund and half De-
CLUB ing Institute for which teachers extensive two-day search. _______________ students wu present to bear present grade on Big Santa Witt cemetery C. Jones, Funeral Home tlon.AH
who participated would three commission postsup
receIve the discussion.
A coroner's Jury meeting She ham lived Fe. done In
ell's Drug Store. which had some work
Sponsored Hy at least partial pay. for election are being con-
Friday established the cause of In Starke about six years. -Approved Basil Davis' petition the front part of the cemetery, tested.
Casey and the Board agreed The District 3 school
Junior Woman's Club death as accidental drowning. The child had been left with to withdraw from the In addition to that planned by '
that a workshop is needed In 'The body waa'found in about Mrs. Newman for about eight Ross Allen Will District 5 County Commission the committee. board race Is the'only one
which board! members, adminIstrators 8 feet of 'water by Florida months while Mrs. Crews work -.. Additional contributions being contested! : Board Member -

1 and some teacherswill 'Highway Patrol divers. The ed. An application had been Give Lecture race.Approved the have been acknowledged from: Rodney Hall District 4,

( participate to determineJust pond Is about 800 feet from made to have the child entered At'State' PrisonA chairman and vicechairmanof bonding Mrs. Myrtle McKinney, A. E.XfcKlnneyJr. from Theressa is unoppesed.

This! Space Contributed where the Improvementfunds the home of Mrs. Cootie New Into an Institution'for the retarded the Bradford Hos- : ., and J. R. Kelly, Every courthouse official ex-. *
Weekly to Publicize will go. man who was caring for the Mrs. Cremns said. demonstration and lectureon County all of Starke: and Mrs. S. S. cept Sheriff Reddish- got by
The Board also agreed to child when he wandered pital Board! for $9,000 each. free. They Include Circuit
Community Events by An,Intensive two-day snakes and first aid treat Dowllng of Jacksonville. The
participate in a $27.000 five- last Wednesday morning, was made of the heavily wood- ment will\! be given by Ross Allen Authorized the road fore- total donated to the fund to Court Clerk Charles Darby.

The CommunityState month work study program at Mrs. Newman notified Starke ed area around the Newman of Sliver Springs at the man to bid on a borrow pit In date Is $1.204, and $362 has Tax Assessor Oene Long'.Tax

Bradford High School which police the child, was missing home under_ the direction of Community Club House at the Lincoln City. been expended. Collector J. R. KellY County
Bank will employ 100 students at about' 10 a.m. Wednesday. She Civil Defense Director'Frank Florida State Prison! on. Wednesday -JW/ told by Commissioner Anyone wishing to contribute Judge Theron A.Yawn School

the request of Prln. Jim Temple aald ahe had checked on the William and 'Starke Police April 10. at 7:30: p.m. Zedra Hamilton that right-of- to the fund may send donations Superintendent Tom Casey

Accounts now Insured ..' he federal government child who was retarded about Chief R. E. Biggs. The search Live make*will be used In the way is being cleared for the to: }Mrs. John Simpson- and Supervisor'. Elections
I r up to SI5,000 by will -'',>rcv1d&:! 75 per cent 10 minutes before he wanderedoff. centered around the pond stte demonstration.The $383,000 hydrocarbons road 206 S. Water St., Starke, Fla. Neva Flynn.-

r Federal Deposit! Insurance matching fluids and the coun- Mrs. Crews, mother of four repeated/attempts: .. to find the public II Invited to at- from BR-100 through Brookerto It Is planned to provide waterat Mr*. Paulk

Corp. ty will pay 25 per cent which other children who live'with In the woods failed. tend. No admission win becharged the Alachua County line. the cemetery If there I. Mrs. Paulk. S3. Is the',wife-

will come to $6.750, Temple their grandmother' in Ham- boy.- -' and >coffee> will be -Worked some time on an- enough money left after the of Dave Paulk of Crosby. Lake.

I continued On Page Five mond, Indiana, works 'at Mitch I ConUnuSrOn"Page Flve!. J.. served alyzing bids for equipment for cleaning operation. [Continued on Pap Two

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94cttonOne-Pate Two .:- F,;') ,n BRAUVORU COhNTy; --..Tlr.I.F.fuu.n..--.: RTAtru. ..F4URftAI' TIIURSDAY. APRIL 4_; 1963 :

v Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins BPW Delegates I
attended the funeral of Mrs.

w Ella Lennon In Deland on Visit Costa Rica a.. '
Monday. I -' 0h'19

Dixon and Newell Sanders Mrs. Loyree Cocomlse, Miss '. .. -:'. .'. '' '
of Lynchburg, Va. were last Della Rose.nJberg, and Mrs. Des.
Wednesday and Thursday vis-; to. Dyal joined 40 other mem- I
GLADYS MOC'i'Y itors of their uncle and aunt, bers of the Florida Federation) ..
Phone 964-7608 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews. of BusllleHB &: Professlona; 'i4J. t.J"

.. .. Mrs. Tom Casey attended Women's 'clubs In a trip to" .. .
the annual meeting of the Costa Rica recently. 1 ...If.' :
LOcal admittances to Bradford Mr. and :
Mrs. Jerry' Fitzke
Officers of the BPW' Club of .
Suwannee Presbytery In OCala ir..r .
: wee.t'mclude' County Hospital this and three sons of Kendall last Wednesday and Thursday. Costa Rica were Installed, and'' .. ..:;".;l;",...., ... ,..... ,, .r ..
Mrs. Helen .
a : M. Parke N. J.. and Mr. and Mrs "
this organization of the first .
Spec 4 Billy DowIlng ofjort. : : } ":
I Mesereau .Alver F. Casaels Ole Laul'it8en of New Port .: t .
club In Central America was'' .. 't"
Sill. Okla, has been disl "- '
: Mh. Isabel Simpson. T. L. Ritchey spent sevet{,f 1\a1-'f\ l /'tom duty and arrived the result of a goodN'lIl trip'';: .. '. ...
a C&8ev.: Miss Judy Grlifjs Mrs. last week with Mr ar\d li fEis! made to the country, last year : : ? t" '
: U\14se..TiC.\ Newman, Mrs. Mer- E. G. Patz. Mrs1Ui' ?y z Thursday. The group was entertained : .' 'lQ,
-" Mrs. Herbert Thomas .
tie. S. Herring, 'Mrs. LoisCrAwfoM of Salem, N J. Ig t tbt fu g'lhlr and aM daughter. Kathleen. by Costa Rica President and -, -
:Austin C. Smith. son and daughter.in-law. Mr. the San Jose Gov. -- ,
Mrs. TraJos; "
Kra. Gladys Colson Mrs.Joan and Mrs. Patz for a. lnonth. and Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of ernor and his wife; American ::;.i ., W ere Marchlng..qut, A LIvely Band of ,Easter ; .
: solze :Mrs. Golda Martin. Mrs. Weekend guests of Mr. and East Palatka spent the week- Ambassador and Mrs. Clarence : '

]Florence B. Conner. Norman Mrs. T. L. Casey and Mrs. E. end Mrs.In C.Winter M. Fowler.Park visiting Boomstra, and the Woman.'s ,COUNTRY MIS P .': f Fashions for Your Holiday' 'Ele! islure; ,"-.. t }:
: a&nders. and Robert R. Cooper T. Vestal were :Mr. and Mrs. Club'! of Costa Rica. I ,
;. aU of Starke; James ,A. Pat Casey and sons, and Elvin Mr and Mrs. Robert Green Mrs. Cocoml tWas Interviewed : '
WWla.m.s of Hampton: Mrs. Casey. of Fort Myers and were Sunday overnight visitors by the dally newspaper. PRICELESS YOUNG FASHIONS 6i11: New
Charity Glisson of Keystone Mrs.Judy Noegel of Key West. of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe "RepubIlca, and picture of
Heights: and Miss Brenda M. Other recent guests were Mr. and family in Sanford and her tWas published with the i Kay Windsor
Bennett of Lawtey. Admitted and Mrs. Groover Conner of attended the funeral of Mrs. caption, "Firat Woman Presl'l EASTER ,HATS j
C. Lennon III Deland on
r. and discharged this week Riverview and Mrs. Evelyn D. dent-elect ot Chamber of Com"
wire: Jennings Starling of Monday morning. merce." All delegates were I .
: Gibson of Dover.
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Graham: Donald S. Lawrence Ellen BloodwOl.th Is in J. N. L. Woodburn and son, given. a. document making them a FOR YOUR CROWNING 'TOUCI.(
Mrs. Nora T. McEachern and mills Miller Health. Center for Lonnie and Larry Brewer honorary citizens of Costa a 1 e p OF ASIIION

Mra. UapJorle..packham .of .urg1ry.! Beach.spent Sunday. at Horse Shoe Rica. r (I

,Keystgeie Heights: Ronnie K. Air Force Capt. Thomas B. THE
Mrs. W. H. Hart spent {
Gr1tf1s and Mrs. Blossom B. Dyal, son or Mr. and Mrs. Park wither Cancer Crusade
Green of Raifo11d: Catherine Nate Dyal, of Hampton Lake, urday Orange '
lUi'nbotham! of Waldo: Jes.M has been transferred from daughter, Mrs. Ronald Coffee Saturday 1 tf' "

Pa.rlas. Joseph R. ':McDoI\- Wright Paterson Air Force,, Crawford.Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long At Chitty Home GIRL ,

aid and 4ls..Nellie Va Hutao1! Bue near Dayton, Ohio toNorton were visiting relatives In .Al-

01 starke. AFB. near San Bernardino bany and Baconton Ga. last There will be a Cancer Cru-.
:Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miner J
Thursday to Saturday. sade coffee at the home of WHO ;
of Akron. OhIo will arrive ""Mr. and Mrs. George B. Edwaide Mr and Mrs. Garl Mathews the county Chairman Mfa.
Monday for a week's visit with of Jamestown. N. Y.
1304 Searing
visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Randal F. Chitty.
:Mr. and Ma Merritt W1nlams. were visiting Mrs. E. L. Craw., Mathews and family In HIl- St.. Saturday, April 6. at 10:3Q: KNows
Mr"and"Mrs: Meed Lewis ,
ford In Starke, and friends f
will mov. \\.to:,Lake .Clty., on and relatives In .Jacksonville Bard Mrs.over L. A.the Weekly weekend.of Ocala a.All m. Bradford County DrIve i ,,Ci 1L \ #' U
'They have sold their
FrIday. i
last week.
and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of volunteers are invited and
house at 251 S. Westmoreland Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansbyattended Mr and :Mrs. to attend. I r I CLOTHES
Gainesville and Mr urged .MJIA
street to Mr. and Mrs. Ron- the funeral of 8 Educational kits and col- i FROM $$5
N. G. Hayes of Brooker were
nIe Thomas wilt )move. '10 on niece. Lisa DansbY, 5. in weekend visitors of Mr. and lection materials. will be dis-I '

Saturday.. Adele, Ga. on Saturday. Mrs. E. W. Hayes. tributed at thIs time. e31FROM
Mrs.: Charney WIlliams and Mr and Mrs. Edwin Wll- 'w'
has ;
Mrs. Oscar Thomas of Oatnesville The week of April
ldawhbers. 'Brenda and Vicki llama and Mr and Mrs. Roy '
was the weekend guest been designated for businesS fl
and Kath Frees week's will visit leave In Tomlinson visited Mr. and of Mrs. Eve!!: Baldwin.Mr. captain contacts. The residen-! \ ,
Friday for a Mrs. Lamar Williams In Bab- the
Clncinmatl-Ohio.wlth :Mrs.Williams' ., and Mrs. Carl Henley tial canvass will be during '
son Park on Sunday. -
week April
parents Mr. and Mack L. Williams Jr. of and children of Perry were has been -
and A golf tournament IL
of Mr :
Mrs. Ralph Cooper, and other weekend guests
Suffern, N. Y. spent Sunday and 'a musicalconcert "C'. '
set for April
relatives.Mr and Mrs. Henry Stefan-: with'Williams his parents Sr. Mr and Mrs and Mrs.Mrs.Marc Mitchell Jackson Evans.and Mr'j' 25. is planned for 'AprU i U \ \\ 5r1 1

ell1 have bad as visitors Mr. 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper Mr" and Mrs. R. L. Speng- There will be a roadblock'' _
and MIls", Sam Caruso and hire of Cross City and Mr. and ler of st. Augustine were Friday -
the middle of April, Mrs:Chit-
and J.lrs. Bob Beaner Jacksonville Mrs. James Cooper of Chief- to Monday guests of :Maj From
4IIl Sunday. land were Friday visitors of and Mrs. V. J. Speniller. ty says.
to volunteer
Mrs.'F'F.: .Stump and 'Miss 'Mr. and Mra. C. L. Cooper. Mr, and Mrs. L. D. Green, Anyone wishing p
call Mrs. Charles Sawyer
Lf11auStump-spent the week- 'Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mrs. W M. Wimberly and or may Mrs. 'ErvIn Andrews and j is $9.99 j1
end In.Qchlochnee, Ga. with and Mr. and Mrs. J. .T. Law- Mrs. WllIal"l: Pass were in De- urged to attend the 'Kick-1 ,. k
Mr. and Mrs. John W. GrIf- son were in Tallahassee Sun land on Sunday due to the Off" Coffee Saturday at Mrs.Chitty's d f S\IART:\ NEW SHAPES IN
nfl.Miss day to visit the McLay Gar- death of their aunt, Mrs. D. home. I
:Madge Mkldleton has .dens and Mr. and Mrs. Char- C. Lennon. 'EASTER .OIl'OSGenuine

been an Riverside Hospital lea Lawson and family Mrs. N L. Woodburn and r BPW Members .
since last Wednesday for observatlon'and Lyle Lacy and Bunny Paul- daughter. Candy visited Mrs. II .x Leather Patents ands
trea.tment. ette of SOuth HID, Va. were Thelma DeVine in Zephyrhllls Hear Deputy
:Mrs. Marion I Hawkins re- : last Wednesday overnight on Saturday and the three at-
turned Saturday from two guests of Rev. and Mrs. R. D. tended the Black Hills Passion The Starke Business and! Ss Fashion Right Easter Gloves S T RAW S
weeks' Jsit with her son-In- Burch. Play at Lake Wales. They also Professional Women's Club met ;
law and daughter. Mr. .and Mrs. Grace Case and Mrs. visited 'Mr. and: Mrs. Keith last Thursday evening at the) ; -: From $3.00

Mrs. Walter So, Lynn,. in Wau- Mae Heard of Palatka were Reeves and family in Winter home of Miss''Della Rosenberg,'' 1 Short, Long Beautifully
kellan. IU. weekend guests of Mrs. Gladys Park on Sunday. with Mrs; Mildred Doyle pre-'' embroidered ,

Mrs. Walla lJpsey 'visited Hatcher. ?\ Mrs.l, Essie 'Hardenbrook of siding 1-- Zanily cutout We have the glove that's
:Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wright and Mr. and Mrs. John Greeneand Jacksonville fa this Deputy" Sheriff Red- a '.).,., ... )just t... Attend "April Flowers"' Spring .
family In QalnesvUIe Jut spending on'' I- right for lllld-Ei' ; Fashion Show, Apr. 5. The fOllow- ''
son visited his mother week with her son and daugh- dish gave the program your Spring st i'1! 1
week. Mrs. John E. Greene In Jacksonville ter-Inlaw Mr. and Mr Don Crime Awareness and Preven-' Ing ladies will model Eagle's latest
Mrs. .Myrtle Anderson re- on Sunday.Mr. Hardenbrook lion. Areas covered by Deputy Spring fashions Eloise Loudon;'!
turned Sunday After several and Mrs. George W. Reddish were: Obscene and an- if Sandi Sanders, Anne Terwmelar f '
days' visIt,with her son, John Brown had as guests during tyre Mr.of and Jacksonville Mrs. B. G. McIn- noyIng telephone calls, tres- r. $1.00 -- $4.00 Denise Winkler : ;, ,,,
Anderson and son, In Cocoa last week: Rex Brown of MI- were Sun- passing locked doors, use otgun.s .
whIle :Mrs. John Anderson wu ami, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and use of teargas

visiting relatives In Hamburg.Germany. Brown of Redkey Ind.. Mr. J. H. DuPre. bombs for protection. j ,

Mr. and. Mrs. Adam Meisterof and land,Mrs.Ind..John Bill Finch Phelgey-of Port-of-I Vicki Williams Methodist Couples I .Oinderella ; fluWlI \ 11

Conner st Petersburg In the Bradford visited Coun-L. L. Mra.Sullivan Adelma, Ind Landon and Mr of Lake-and Has Birthday Party Schedule Social "I : ; ;::, i U !JlUIlUQ <

ty Hospital, and Mr and Mrs. I .10 IDO '!OJloltos! '
land.Mr. Williams celebrated ;
Felix Sapp and relatives on and Mrs. Steve Edwards her tenth birthday anniversary The young married couples :: has a ball ..,.
MOnday ,and TueaclAY. of MacDlll AFB, Tampa spent of the First Methodist Church
Mrs. Mary Lane returned to the weekend with their uncle Wednesday. March 27. will hold a social Saturday .
her home in Jacksonville on end aunt Mr and Mrs. Sher- with friends.a party for several night at 8 o'clock In the Fel- With a wardrobe ot 3TOP' THE J'RESS"'>C .d .. :
Wednesday after a. week's visit Nd Hamllton. lowship Hall. Entertainment t f
:fashions she's
with her mother; Mrs. Bertha Miss Martha Bollinger of The Easter theme was used will be provided by Charles \ fresh-pressed all day I
Pearce. Mrs. Pearce also has WIlliam Carey College Hat- In the party decorations in and Ruth Johns. I without 'troning.' Everything illustrated, ,'

as VIsitor. a cousin, W. B tiesburg Miss. wm arrive the Florida room. The re- In a permanently) pressed blend of '

Haynes of .F1tzgerald. Ga. for home this weekend for two freshment table was covered Recent Birth I I\O\ ;; Fortrel-polyester, 50% cotton. Life .Stride
several days.Freeman weeks spring holiday. cloth a and pastel birthday centered party In navy and gold.Wash, dry- ;, .
Register III of Mr and Mrs. Russell YakIe was Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crews tad hear without care.r .
a birthday cake
Athens(College AIa. will ar- yel- announce the adoption of a, '
of Clayton X11. and Largo. visited low and Sizes 3 to 6X.
rive home this weekend for Mrs. Margaret Jackson veen. son. Kelly Ray born October Connie
the spring holidays. last Friday. The party was given by her 31. 1967. The grandparents are I I .
Dr and 1wtl's. Harold C. sister Miss Brenda Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth Crews of' $3.99 Up
Mary I'
Bol11nger of Wil-
assisted by her mother Mrs. '
Starke and Mr. and ,
Bowera and Mrs.
family of FortLauderdale
Carey College Hattles- A. C. W1Illarns. Clarence Harmon Sizes 7 to J 4
will arrive of Scottdale'' ,
burg, Miss is on a two weeks .
day to visit his brother-In-law tour with the college choir ap- LABEL l\1\KERS. from Pa $4.99
and sister Mr and Mrs. R. G. pearing at church programs In $9.95- Bradford County Telegraph I Up ,
Paterson for a week Alabama and Mississippi. I Ph. 9616305.V Sheriff Reddish r ,

Presides Over I I 'V Accessories $12.00 $14.00

\ e're Expecting You Sheriff's Assoc. I Her Majesty i

Sheriff P. D. Reddish presided -
over his first Board of Dir- : i
and your family for dinner, where you ectors meeting III Tampa on Underwear MENS
can dine In our pleasant atmosphere and en- March 25
as president of the
,joy gracious service at reasonable prices. t Florida Sherltf's .Association. : Little Miss SUITS AND t

...., Purpose of the meeting ,was
to !select the sSIIOclaUons ] America ;
,Q"" illative
-ilelt'cted were:-Sherlft'sDate SPORT :COATS t

Try 'Our Delicious Buffet Careen; Duval County; Malcolm Bird Shoes
>Beard, Hmboroufh! : ''AlIt'1i B. : 1
Mitchell Wowsi'd; M. J. Ddf-i'
fiJI, Bay; S. a' L. lJowmtm/ 1S
: Richard Wettzen't 30 Off
field :Manatee: 'Rotf-ney B.t. %

Lunch ,Buffet Thursday, Volu la: Ross 'BO'i T'T'r
Dinner Buffet er, SuMota; P. D. Reddish, .
UOOa. m. to 2:00 p. m. 6:00: p.m to 9:00: p.m. Bradford; W. P. (BUl> JoYce J
Leo; Don Genungr' Pln.elles: ; Complete line of 1

.Joe Crevasse Jr., .Alachua;
$ 25 Two hotEntrees 45 Jack l\ladg-an! Jr., Alachua; Short Sleeve I
tlon attorney, and Carl Stuf-,,
r far; teM! secre.tary.

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. 1 s cannot express our l
Rolls Butter appreciation for the many I
aeta of kindness shown during SHIRTS
Tea Coffee the recent TROUSERS
illness and' loss of
I our loved one. Our.tha1'l.lts'. esa -I I ICREIGHTON

I eoaUy! to Dr. Jl'eloe and the''I ARROW VAN HEUSEN McGREGOR '
Mw staff of Bradford Co1JfttY'Hospital. '
e l. The family of Mrs., i For Little Boys, Teenagers J
r rattle Parmenter And Men ia
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APRIL 4, : \ BRADFORD .--- -..,

ID-JV -J-niT"Ta1bert 1 On her head !was a tiara of an arrangement of red and the birth of a son. Kevin B.? eph, March 27 ;' ';;,-

Junior Women Weds Mr. Hobbs tiny white flowers and pearl! whit gladioli !balanced by on April 2 In the Clay Memorial Mr, and Mrs. AlbertE3dwttrd"
Miss, Sandra Hinton served aabrldt'.smuki. white tapers! In crystal hold Hospital. Oreen Cove ;
\ Announce Plan 'vJ Y In Home Ceremony > !. .She was attired In ers. Mrs. Jerry Carol! of Orlando Springs. The grandmothers Williams, Starke, a BOn. 134ward -

., ''' w a lung red lace, chiffon gown sinter of the bride, cut are Mrs. Zary Crawford and Lamar April 1?*
; .Miss Polly Anne Talbert,, with overblouae and carried a the brlde-'s rake anMills!
V-CpT'J.l Mrs. W. H. Hart of Starke.
K. Wade of the Florida daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry white and red carnation none- Sandra Kloenalu! of Miami assisted .
Highway Patrol spoke to I V. Talbert of Waldo, and gay. On her head she wore a in serving. Miss Valerie --
Bradford Hospital
the Junior Woman's Club I Vernon Bennet Hobbs of the red velvet crown. Allred of Anthony kept the County 'THE SOUTHSIDECHUWCII
the following
announces /
Monday night on the new Marine Corps, Memphis, Tenn., Given In marriage /toy her : bride's book.
1 ____ auto inspection that will go I son of Mr and Mrs. Albert father, the bride WOl'e.I./ long The punch table WitS covered! births: OF CHRIST;
"_ into effect in the near future. :HObbs of Waldo( were united In lace gown fashioned with a with a white lace cloth /and Mr. and Mrs Earl Broughton -I YOUTo
Mrs Eugene Tanner presided it marriage at the hame of the scalloped neck, long sleeves centered with n. crystal punch Waldo, _a Carl
j '.t. over the meeting and t bride's parents on Feb. 17 at\ and organza and lace train. bowl qncircled with fern. and Hear
'i w, t Mrs. Elsie Sanders gave the 4 'p.m. Rev. ,DouglaS Lye.ll of Her veil of illusion was se white 'carnations.After SERVICE SCHEDULEST.

devotional. Mrs. Marc Jackson .. pwtI the Southside Church of Christ cured to a pearl tiara and her spending some time EDWARD'S CHURCH, THE' GOSPEL
'l, announced plans for the an- I performed the nuptials. only ornament was a pearl with tdslr guests! the couple( left Starke

1iit nual Bike Clinic to be held Decorating the home :for the necklaoe, a. gift of the groom. on a wedding trip to South Sunday Mass: 9:13: a. m. OF CHRIST
Monday, April 8 at 9:30 She carried' a bouquet of white Carolina. The bride traveledIn
t :.I.IA' : a. m. occasion. were arrangements of Thursday Mass, 6:30: p. m.
( at the BHS parking lot white mums, red gladioli, and carnations and red sweetheartroses. a dusty rose A-line dress Miraculous Medal Novena: 8:30: Sunday Morning
f Mrs. David Von Houser and carnations.. with black accessories. Saturday 7 p. m.
'" Mrs. Wayne Whiffen announ- Smokey B. Hobbs, soloist, A reception was held at the The couple will be at homeIn Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7 I WPXE Radio Dial' 1490

.. .'" ,, ced that the International Tea i sang the "Wedding Prayer. home of! Paul Hinton, grandfather Memphis, Tenn. after March p. m.
!., .'.,.t Pr! d'I and Fashion Show will be Paul Talbert served as best of the /bride, which was 20 where the groom will attend .-ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH. Worship Service

w r ; ti '"iq held Jointly Friday April 5. SchnepfStalnakerEngagement man and Bobby Arnold, cousin decorated for the occasion with a Marine Corps school. Keystone Heights I Sunday, 11:00 A.M.
, The public is invited to attend Told of the bride, lighted the arrangements' of red and white The bride and groom both attended Sunday Mass: 9 a. m.
l and tickets may be purchased candles. gladioli paid mums. The bride's Gainesville' High School. Wednesday: Mass and Novena Bible Study Sunday

from club members at the Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Schnepf, \Miss Rachel Hobbs attendedas table was covered with a white 7 p. m. 10 AM. and 7 P.l\I.
silk cloth and held a three- -ST. MARY CHURCH ,
Recent Births
door.Mrs. of Cocoa, announce .the engage- maid of honor She wore a I I
Von Houser also an- ment and approaching marriage long, red chiffon gown A-lth tiered cake topped -with a bride Macclenny.: 3 Mi. South :Dn I US 301

nounced that National Library of their daughter.Ellen empire waist, and carried a red I ana groom ana pean heart. Mr. and Mrs Ronald: craw- Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m.

week will begin April 20 and Marie, to William Wayne Stal- and white carnation bouquet. Also decorating the table was ford of Orange Park announce
during this time the Junior _
naker of Cape Canaiveral. -- J
Club will display work by local The groom-elect the son of
artists, Mrs. Bill Chamberstold Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stalnake
of plans for a party at of Brooker. He graduate
Sunland Training Center on from Bradford High School In

Sunday, April 7. 1963. served four years In the
The Nominating; Committee U. S. Air Force, including,on
presented the following .year In Vietnam and attended
slate of officers for the coming Tampa University! and Florida
/ year: president, Mrs. Rob- Technical College. He is now

__ L ert Sapp; first vice-president, ,. employed by Federal Electric 1' I
Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua; secondvicepresident Corporation, at the Kennedy
'I Jane Ella Wafler. Arthur L. HolHdayi Mrs. Wayne Space Center. 1
;i Wed In First Methodist Church Rites Whiffen; secretary, Mrs. Larry The bride-elect graduatedfrom
Cocoa School in
McAllister: treasurer, Mrs. Qus
1965, attended Brevard Junior
The First Methodist Church L Her butterfly veil was securedto Kopelousos.
''was the setting/ for the wedding a matching/ pillbox and she Five new members voted Into .College and Is employed !bY Address- :

!I, of Miss Jane Ella Wafler carried a crescent bouquet of the club were: Mrs. George Chrysler Corporation at Cape
Loper Jr., Mrs. Harry Gruen, Kennedy. I Hours :
' of Mr. and Mrs. Har- dark
daughter pink .carnations.
The wedding date has been, **.._ ___ .,,__
.t old C. Wafler of Pompano Miss Jodi Hutchlnson, COU- Mrs. Dwayne Dykes, Mrs. set for 17.
August I
i Beach and Arthur Lamar Holliday sin of the bride and Miss Wallace Wise and Mrs. Stephen !

. son of Mr; and Mrs. A. Hope Holliday, sister of the Alvarez.All .
N. Holliday of Starke, on Saturday groom, were bridesmaids. They members were urged to HollidayWaflerRehearsal

.j'' afternoon, March 23, wore gowns similar to' the remember the Convention to Supper I PRE-EASTER SPECTACULAR! the new romantic loo rFRILLYFUSSYDRESSY!
/,, at 2 o'clock with'Rev. D. R. honor attendant's, except In be held in Jacksonvlle on April

DeuLacureof; Lake City per- two shades of pink. Their. 29. I Mr and Mrs. A. N. Holllday
forming the ceremony. butterfly veils were secured U:
; entertained at a buffet supper
/ Handbags
, Mrs. L.-J/ Oreen. organist matching pillboxes and the] Beta Sigma Phi Friday, March 22, at the Holi-
rendered nuptial. music and. carried crescent bouquets ol f r Sets Pledge Ritual day Inn honoring their son

; ; accompanied Mrs. Gerald verlegated pink carnations.The Arthur, and his fiancee, Miss Tc.BLOUSES

Brannori of'Lake City, soloist bride given in marriageby Beta Sigma Phi will hav. Jane Wafler. preceding the IN HIGH FASHION COLORS ',
who sang "O Perfect Love" her father, wore a white couple's wedding/ rehearsal.
their pledge ritual Monday
and "The.Lord's Prayer.." peau de sole formal gown witha : 53.95
I April 8, at 7:30: p. m. at the Guests were seated at a T-
Centering the altar was a portrait neckline, fitted I Holiday Inn. sharved table which held a $299
..: branched' candelabra with bodice, and long sleeves which Those receiving their pledg, garland of smilax, centered I. values

.: burning- white apers, flanked tapered to points below rpins will be: Mrs. Grady: with an arrangement of white
;1 by two pedestal baskets of I wrists. The wide chapel Overstreet, Mrs. David Ben- stock and pink rosebuds. At r

white carnations, tulips and 'extended from her waist. A nett, Mrs. William Hodge,. both ends of the table were PERMANENT PRESSIt'
.stock. Jrr the. background were cluster of roses secured her Mrs. Steve Simmons, Mrs. Sid single pink tapers ;with pink '
two tall fern trees; Family elbow length veil, and she car- Bar- nylon net bows. Down the q ( bad to looting {femininel! Laces and ruffles rt'
pews were marked by white ried an .arm bouquet of'' white ney Jackson and Mrs. length of the long table were 9 in many styles, in no-iron Dacron-cotton. Com
bara Kelly. \ selection, several inwhile
satin bows. tulips. placed two three-branch silver 1n\, tee our big new pick up .
u1 or pastel wlon.5isss 3238.
Mr. Holliday attended his Mrs. Wailer chose' for her St. Mark's WomenTo candelabra with pink topers all our regular "s.
daughter's wedding a blue Marking the place'* setting .
con as best man and the ushers '
were Ray Wailer, brother peau de sole three piece out- Meet MondayThe for the honored couple were $2.99 to $3.50 ,: :il;!
fit complemented with'-a blue bride and dolls ;
cf. the bride John Arthur groom holding .r New Soil Releaser
Reddish of Starke, Jim Hansenof iris corsage. Women of St. Mark's place cards and the bridal attendants yellow, green d. i; ,

Hattiesburg Miss.,'and Da- .. fa..Holll.day mother of ,the Episcopal Church will meet at with places were marked and orange pbrses '. r Permanent. Press
lid Herndon of Lake City. groom chose: an aqua blue the Parish House on Monday, miniature bridesmaidsdolls. t

MSs Doris Gray of crepe dress with matching lace April 8, at 7:30: p. m. with Bridal place cards mark- ,4'K; I I R TS
sonville served as maid of JaCk-I coat, with which she wore a Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs.' ed .the seating,, arrangement \ ,
blue Iris for the remaining-/ 25 guests. $
Hatcher hostesses.
or, wearing a floor length Gladys as 277\: '
pare gown of hot pink chiffon. reception was held at the Included In the "patty sere the $S''' 99''
couple's grandparents', 'Mrs.:O. Sale ." $]
--- Starke Woman's Club where L. Haynes Sr;, Mry,"' iArthm-
; .iJ.I A. 'J guests were greeted at the Holliday Sr? and.. 4r$. 'Ray values
: ''j.I door by Mrs. O. L, Haynes Jr. Wafler of Pompano; Beach, Coordinate with your new islet 1 t-
: "j Standing In the receiving line and Mr. and .>MrdA Ernest or Spring outfit.1 Smart new lynV" Layaway hi
i ,, were Mrs. Charles Darby, the Rlggs of St. Petersburg.F. thetic patents and calf In manystylei '" A-Iinai with welted,e.m* and batted'
bride and groom, their par- sire ind'thapei, Including W straight line dyi.s to choose fro....
'1 1\\ lam shoulder bags Hurry for \ Easter N.w soil relaew finish ".ps garment
ents, and the bridal attend- W.
: bent ..Ioetio frethor brighter, longer. Finely tailored -
.' 'ants. Placed in back of the receiving r In. Daefen-ootton, in n.w Springi ]
t k line were two tall Host.F amily BuffetMr. +" ihedai, she 8-18.
.. ; : r pedestal baskets of white carnations 'C
\ tulips and stock. Also and Mrs. F. W. Strick-

: used in the auditorium were land entertained at a family Ladies' Dress Shoes 'if

arrangements of white tulips buffet supper Saturday night s Come of
mixed with pink bridal roses. at their home on Kingsley see our style'parade
The bride's> table was covered Lake. New Low Silhoualfa Look) f,,, .:
with a white cutwork cloth Among those attending were ;
;t.f f f and centered with a three- the five sisters and two broth- 1 ) EASTER DRESSES

tiered wedding cake, topped ers of Prow Strickland: Mr. 9
, .t:... with wedding bells. At both: and Mrs. E. W Hayes of $49 .:,J .

, wt I.. I lJtf; ik. i ends of the table were fan- I Starke, Mr. and Mrs. C. O Great New Styles
s shaped arrangements of verie- Strickland of Kingsley Lake,
e New Selection
/gated carnations in shades of Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of Jacksonville '. Great

.. t, pink. Mrs. Robert Hutchinson Mrs. Pearl Weekly of Values 4
and Mrs. Amanda Riggs of OCala Mr. and Mrs. Sidney: Ha.?_, low end cfiunly. ,foes,-' i Great,
/ I Key West cut the bride's cake. Strickland of Lake City, Mr.: full and< blunt the new
Mrs. Charles Vocelle kept the and Mrs. Charles Barrett of 'look the new comfort in shoe .
> k I ,I bride's book. Miami. Mr and Mrs. Elmonde f eshionon. Open backs, closed r $699 '8..9.
backs, to
T-straps and
The two punch tables were Buller of Mayfield. Texas and in Patinas and smooth more fin-

;.. centered with silver punch Mr. and ,Mrs Richard McLaughlin iihe New Spring colon,
bowls encircled with ivy and of Columbus, Ga. sites 5-l0. compare: anywhere at $8.99 to 10.99
,1 Interspersed with variegated Assisting Mrs. Strickland i In: one \

: } carnations in shades of pink. serving were her mother, Mrs., others/ from :: many now Come see the new rom.ntlc0011/ stop-in; styles end
!h \
i't i'-; j Presiding at one punch table Marlon -Moyer of Jacksonville, J styles of Carp's belted styles in ell the favorite feminine fabrics.
: f were Mrs. Gene Shaw and and her daughters, Cindy and< $3.99.to $5.99 i Sheers, voilles, crepe and linens In lolidi, prints,
t 4!;II I Mrs. John Arthur Reddish and Gloria[ .;.Strickland. charter plaids and more) with color Color, COLOR
I at the other table were Miss dominating the scene. AH shes In. PETITES JUNIORS, .1-
i "ji I p J I Carol Owynn and Miss Eddy'I Birthday Party I -'';_ I MISSES AND HALF SIZES.

f i ; Bond of Lake City. 3

i' F 1 ... 1'I Miss Marson Howard of Fpr Johnny Burch, KORATRONPermanent ? fashlonabla-Versalila
I Lake Butler played piano selections .
i during the reception. Johnny Burch celebrated: his Press 1 '

i. !' Y I Ii I I The young couple took a r first birthday anniversary on DUSTER COATS

i short wedding trip to Jacksonville : -! Tuesday March 26, with a.party DRESS M, N;:
S .'1"11 Beach. The bride traveledIn at the home of his parents a// { Y ""y 'GII '
I ; Color !bright print coat
a Rev. and Mrs. Rober ; :
St a blue and white linen
styled' with lace or eyelet
t { dress coat outfit with match- Burch, on Bessent Road. trims. Meny In p.rme

.. I I Ii Ing accessories.The Among those enjoying press fabric. Chooie- $399
1 TnSEVENTEEN- brute graduated from games Ice <:cream and cake f kt from a galaxy of color .
1 i f, es teen !I j Pompano Beach High School were Barbara Godwin, Janis $8.95 9g s : +n fit; s s I r in mutes sizes 10-10.. \.

.. ;II 1 i and will graduate from. Lake Jockel, Betsy Yawn, Greg value $4.99 values
I City Junior College School of Jackson. Cathy and Lee Casey,,
J "
l ; Janet and Alan
1 Nursing June. She will join Montgomery.
her husband at his base In Get the famous Koratron.( never- '1

vicKymug hill JL July.The THE BRADFORD lored press tlicki.procets Plam in theie front, Ivylityl.d } j } r Y' 111 k kinDaaonAvritihatetair.an.et
Bradford High School and look end wears well. Oioice of
B. Soft Be F mnTn? ., b# all prettied i up In;tfih William Carey College In Hat- Published every Thursdayat colors, sites 3042.MEN'SBOYS'. "
of dotted Kodel polyester batiste I tlesburg. Miss. He Is presently 138 W. Call St.. $1 89c '
} sheer darling BUrka, Fla. 82091 ....I 79c 57'Men's 1
by'VkIcy Vaughn. This Is the way the) new 'shir! *. I serving in the U S. Army sta- value II" }.i value
I tioned ..t F"t Benjamin Har- Second class portage paid '
look looks.. Lace ruffles on sleeves, collar and bib
I rison Ind. for a year. at Starke, :Fla. SOCKSra rx

J! and a bToomin' rose to top It all White, -pink.-" Among the wedding guests, Subscription Rate: DRESS DuPont's news! mirecfe fiber; gives. your 5 : :
KUweit t leg fashion! Tn 100
'I % nylon ,0
blue 515. were the couple's ((091 new smooth comfort because it'sowdarpuff
y.Ifow. $13.00STUMP'S young 75% Orlon.25 Nylon hibulk.strateh.} ,
In trade area: $4.00 per .790 girls and women Spring pastel shade' *
soft Newest shades illS
grandparents: : Mrs. O. L. Hay- ;year; $2.25 six month sock in, ell the-newi*> colon. This I.i on.' 8II.. plus, black. and ,white colors'., tin S'/j-l' 'I.:
nes Sr and Mrs. Maude Holli- of the many -typos of men' end boy* Stock
DEPARTMENT day, grandmothers of the Outside trade area: 4.SO sects w. ha.., ; I 1

i STORE J groom; and Mr. and Mrs. per year;'U. O aix. months I I ....
Ernest M. Rlggs of St. Petersburg -
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray B:. L. :H&ttheditor and !

139 E. CALLJSTREET Warier of Pompano Beach publisher
j Starke' All Fri. Sat. Until 7 P.M.
.-- grandparent of the bride.. .1 Plaza Open Day Every Day -


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r .;BHS GuIdance I plaint on the Plaintiff'//' CARD would love to thank '
Stalk Della torney Hon. Lex Green. HFlorida I II We vlduallY. Since
Rosenberg. I, : TT indl I
Say On Money tt r and file the 01'IfftJ /el I\ each person impossible may
t j Basis for the I the office of the dork 1' \ would be i
[Continued From Page One] Y V. r Man an. examination Wade ) Circuit Court on ; th thin I; this opportunity' to ex- ll(
r I Ues' 16th oUI'1 take 'and
I day of April., Ne
Wear'-: wise the allegatlfComplaint ale our '
said.The \
r. county had 90 students' and...gcpred 457'orw.__,.. I.. .... will be ti.i.: "n- .press to. the many relaneighbors ;'
I in a work study program a In Crash ;'! ',; 49fr y g,points on.JUs! I- ael'llll Med by e-'r.e you.._ ,., thanks friends expressions and

I year ago. Temple said, but p1cementl\ T .
| none last year because the : He la tine'editor of the I'i I this UHCHARLES > .e.. ... t Elves love, SympathY. cards.countless
Federal funds were cut off.I A Starke man, Raymond H. ,ford ,Banner, the high A DAnao;; 'Brat tributes and 1n the
fI I The funds have now been reInstated Bell, 41, was pronounced dead.newspaper, Clerk of HIP Clroult, Court t i t1'ke deedS of serviced one.Especian" J
he said. By Baulah :M, Moody! of our :
on arrival at a Macclenny I I Deputy Clerk tt1'an C. W-us: ; 14b
I Half the students in the ,hospital Friday night March "\O'I'I/oJ'I'u ft 4.1 on March shank /
proposed program would earn ,
29, after his automobile ran IN CIRCUIT UOIJBT Rev. Virgle LdVw? nd Rev. ,
I $90 per month and theotherhalf off SR-121 rounding; a curve, ClIAXCEHY.I FORL ('OJNTY. FLORIDA: .. E. C, Harvey and*> ,nolr of
I $45.Temple said the work- .
turned and him
over, threw ,
Jya.r raHA No. 272 Madison St h
I little DO&T HAVE IT, :
study program costs very 4vl WILLIAM ROBERT >I< IF WE for the beautiful servlC-t; I
I 1Pt out.Bell I i j
to administer, that aoout 98 .. condo-
cents of dollar reachesthe was alone in the car. we'll get It for I' you. Office I ducted and words of
Traveling south towandStarke MART lence. Also Jones Funeral
hands of the student em- at approximately 80 I APPEAR""" Supplies, Furniture Equip Home, all officers of City.County 1
=:, Elks Install OfficersThe ployees where it Is most need- .', TO I andMother
.1 mph, according to PUP Tl'ooper To: Mary L.O-IIIHH lie-Ran. ment. Bradford County and State Father
ed.By 'P. W. Carter's report Bell You are hereby notified Mr. and Mrs D. B.
: 3-1 vote the Board a HUH fur divorce has beon ,
gavel PIIHWM Monday night from Mirxln Carter Jr. a approved I Donaid. sister
failed to make 7.8
a curve HKulnHt you In the .above Telegraph. / Thomas, brother,
(left) to Walter M. King, new Exalted Ruler of Starke Elk I'I personal leave without miles south of Macclenny.The Court, and cause and you t Dlann, and children Don-
Lodge No. 1803( In Installation ceremonies conducted by u team pay for teachers who were off 1968 Pontiac sedan ran required to nerve a copy of
answer or pluadlnir' to the ale and Stephanie.
of Font".Exulted Ruler. the job during the recent off the pavement onto the left I !
I -
I "
"teacher crisis, Supt.
In addition to King, those Installed were Muxle W. Kelly, as shoulder for 324 feet came

Ire Esteemed Lending Knight; Nolan L. Uooillmrn, I..tt'emedJ..oyalKnllht : Casey put It. Board Member dissenting Monthly'BIP' Award back on the road crossed it,1 Vote For
Hall cast the -
era .
and went Into the east ditch.It I
) : George, : Evans, Esteemed Lecturing Knight; vote-"If I voted yes it '
_Thom_ K.. Iwls, Seerelary f ; George M. Brown, Treiwnrer; L. would indicate I approve of Goes To Lawtey BusinessmanThe traveled 84 feet on the
roadway and 104 feet in the
::-iw. Galnes, 'Chupluln Ininnn D. Green, Warren W.
; Esquire; it [the teacher walkout] andI rolling distance' CHARLES
ditch before a
a- ,Winkler, Inner Guard' ; and Sherrod W. Hamilton, Tiler. don't." ':
recreation center. He pur of 158 feet, coming to rest on I'I
'"". Trustee. ore: Ma\io Carter Jr., Charles E. JIuUheMon J. In other action, the Board: Program : I the property In Janu- Its top. 'I I

:)>). Doyle( Titus. Olson, and W. H. Noegel Jr. 'I -Agreed to allow ArchitectDon sented Bell was found 42 feet northof

-,. Morgan prepare and ask to : ary.The award. was presented on where the automobile came':
-I all for the SAWYERL
bids furnishings :
cause the city billing machine on of the committee. by to rest, Trooper Carter's report -
-City L tsRepair new middle school now .1
does not have capacity for an ness Burnham [left], a com- stated.
to .
Is expected t.
construction. It al I
additional notation. The member. Bell was employed with
Bid cost around $60,000 since the to those This Chamber of Commerce Jacksonville plumbing com-' BRADFORD COUNTY'y
-Agreed to lay sewer lines to ;
Board agreed Tuesday pur-
county plans to make a pany. He was a member of
690 feet to a subdivision own- with
Continued From Par* One) ed by Mrs. Ruby Johns and chase quality furnishings each month, cit the Baptist church and a vet-,
laminated covering.
all plastic
business those who live up to the eran of World War II. 1 SCHOOL BOARD
assess her $2 per foot on both furni- 1
Council had decreed monthsago -Accepted bids for they "Put A Smile on Your Born In Starke Jan. 5, 1927 +
sides of the street. The Council .
that all persons outside ture for the vocationaltechnical that I. Instead of A Frown. he was the son of the late I'
is in somewhat of a quan- 1
the city who had city utilities center and turned them old Last month the award went Herman Bell and Ethel For-
dary, however as to where to I DISTRICT 3
should pay the higher charge'l I In the over to Director Ted Oglesbyfor ; Eugene F. Shaw, Starke at- sythe Bell who lives In Starke.
get the funds to put evaluation. 'I
but that his office ,I shop, .
his mother survivors
gotten to Increase the rates on unbu.lseted:! lines since the -Agreed to a 15-hour trainIng I I
include his wife, Louise Edwards -
the 15 until I I contingency fund Is being school for custodians to .
or 20 customers I
__last month's billing. I I I rapidly used up. Mrs. Johns I be taught by a State Department Body Of Child daughters Bell: Mrs.of Starke Gloria; Mc-two' Proven Business Experience

___ The,Increase was labeled, on I will have 10 years to repay the I of Education official. Kelvey of Jacksonville and I Proven
1,,, the customers bill as a "tax", city.County Assigned Secondary Supervisor For Found Nancy Lou Bell of Starke; two Leadership Experience
Larry Gibson to duty !
nl"":"' but Edwards said that la be- ( outside the county for as long sons: Billy Ray and Randall I I Proven Interest In The Welfare Of Our ;
111111 this and [ ] From Page One] Bell both of Starke; two sisters -
as 14 weeks spring
Sill''' I : Mrs. Dolly Crobin of
111111' summer to attend an institute She Is Divers searched the pond
111111' Re-'lest in connection with the new County and
11115I I materials center Gibson is set- Mrs. no success because of the Crestvlew. Fla., and one "
'Ill:: :: r ting up in the USO Building and the water.A granddaughter. If time does not permit me to visit each voter during my campaign, ''I

Art lied -Heard plans of BHS Prln She pump supplied by E. I. Services were from Jones please accept this as my solicitation of your vote and join me in pro-

11i1i ,+ hw 0 oy Temple to Initiate an honorsor her de Nemous & Co. Inc. Memorial Chapel In Starke muting the welfare of the most valuable possession we have .

"Quest Program" for above ing and Lawtey was put to use Monday, April 1, with Rev. W. OUR CHILDREN
Still het, average students. Students for the afternoon to drain A. Hogan officiating. Burial

role! School Board I would be grouped with class- pit, said, to be 22 feet deep followed In Kingsley Lake. "Vote For The Progress Of Our Children
111111 mates of their own ability in fications places. The water level went Cemetery under direction of
::::":; District 8 County( at Large subjects In which they excel. political fast and had been low DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
huh1S'S. the vo-tech substantially when the Home of Starke. I Through The Betterment Of Our Schools"Sawyer
Temple said:! new
,i 'For says:
A Vote I
Art Ilolllday Is A Vote For I was found by divers.
,uhf. center and vocational "I
lu.l" litation section has providedfor Chief Biggs said another Stephen Wade

v;Ijl-jlYour:::; Vote and Support is ireally Appreciated I'', nothing needs of has many been studentsbut done in pond nearly earlier.drowned In the Wins Scholarship I 1ECharles
Born In Dyersburgr, Tenn.
el''i;: (j fxl. adv.) recent years for the academi- Ing a I 1
> pol. Nov 17, 1964, the child Is Stephen Wade Bradford
Mn.. cally proficient. piece of by his parents Ray- High School Senior has won'a ''
man Thomas and Connie K. SCHOOL BOARD
$600 General Education -i
per year

KOCH DRUG STORE ,IS 'F.LLEDVIT8.! 1 county"Since ; two Crews brothers; two: Dale sisters and: atlon for Scholarship teachers,for according plepaf-I (J pd t pot ndvBodcockb .)

to do a Bishop and Donna Crews

IilUth4'1'' Is. high .,a the maternal..grandmother: } ,
111111 women Sallia KubackL of Ham-

11111.11.,''II,' BASKETS f fhull 1 ,L LI fI! ty" Ind. n,
Mrs. Services 'were from the
Mil teacher In ,Santa Fe Ceme FURNITURE and APPLIANCES U""
lull I I- and a Sunday, March 31, with "" iII
,Hill, / { Street ; R H. Butler officiating. ? \ 1
MMHIM'" la ,V.3S
Paulks : 'W

Mrs. .
""" Sylvia former Starke Mayor and ,
111111::': / : :" .On : I Guard officer, for SAVINGSEVERY
Now the building, is named.

81111 Mil:* r r,/ -, ,: 1 INVALID I AND 'his first son, Randal Mrs. Chitty F. Chitty will Jr.be, DEPARTMENT "A GARDEN OF BARGAINS"

::Ile Mill:::: SICKROOM ing and I Capt.unit Richard commander.The H. Jockel. ,

1.,111' ., farm ceremonies will begin Fantastic Values Sensational
I Savings''
formation at
UK native a company .
ftiitii:mil:::: SUPPLIES p.m., followed( ( by selections 'IEtlASE'.it I

HUM' and I'a II the Bradford High School Badcock has done it again .-. our buyers have searched Abe "
HUH''' *. WHEEL CHAIRS An open house and In
HUM g lIe of facilities ,will be the markets for these exceptional values. Our full Car- k5(

milk:i:mi:: *.. WALKERS Trustees from 3 to 4 p,m. load and Truckload discounts 4''
Corp. purchases major
earns us
RABBITS! RABBITS The public la cordially
:: .
,, .
He Is
'mini'''' CRUTCHES of the to attend the dedication so we can continue to bring you the Best Values at the i '

A 'h Easter Plush 98tUP J *.. COMMODES Farm and the open house. Lowest Possible Prices. f .

: i i *.. TRUSS-BRACES;; tist Laura Baptist Church
:;; : x
Sunday School, 9:45: :>> a. m r. ,
err r. +
ililh; Quality .Mexican Made '*" INCONTINENT Board Worship, 11 a. m, 1 /

1. PANTS District night Prayer Meeting ia ,
Easter Baskets r y1't, illl'11111eyt i1FC..
Mill/ 39cUp ::30. W B Mercer, pastor. %4 ""
*.. CANES 71 1 171 a I r, 5(2 passenger ,llderjfY *, 1t:; i
Mill + r Matching Rocker '
I II"p::"::: If you are 65 years or I For Don't Be IJ Mutt Mng jCtiutr; .\$4t jS Aluminum ; I

) FILLED EASTER BASKETS older you are covered II ( FOLDING I II
""' '
:III: by Medicare. CHAIR

r We will mikup the Basket DECEIVED ,
Starke I. Vvrticn and
: m< of your ,'hlllt'e.'e line. liuliv- Medicare I may pay 80% I Julian 7 .'v ....bb.
of ,teen t I It inated i
"" :;r ally wragx'd'Candles.I Tip ; of your needed I Total rust. of contract N I

health aids.:'! I Million I,i what ..you actually pay. Get

KOCH'S ', you !hlsrn.! Our payments are
a Cream Eggs 35fC from $H to $13 per month
IS AUTHORIZED Only lent with the fuuna down
SUPPLIER FOR sold a payment and number of 'BALL GLIDER ;
months tn pity 5 per cent SET'W, ,, ,
Pound'Solid Elite MEDICARE SUPPLIESMay ance
/! Full Chocolate 1
for the bank flnam ing. No hidden. Rugged, Sturdy Steel Construe* ,J Y ,
g we help with charges. Ten tOil nianufac- lion with Aluminum Frame and I I ,NEW
EGOS 98e you who sell Urers represented.
Arms. Baked Enamel Finish. 7"BLADE
health aid needs? and
:. your Smooth Ball-Glide Action. $$ DOWN$1.50 A WEEK HUNTER

"' I as award. LOW COLORS: S.
w OVERHEADDoes A-Oran*While-A-Y.tlow S ;
Life of
,: f I I
It! -
: Life of r v> IASY PURCHASi; PLAN ] r t
BAG JELLY BEANS -- MARSHMELLOW EGGS Starke I The Owners ,- \r / uauauwl" vmmnrsrt = '

company Dad and Brad- T '50""" .- _ 'P' a r

'' I Drive The Trucks. '7501MOO" _ 'pi .
& New r _ '200 assi X

'; EGGS. 10 RABBITS r.E.5C loe I 8-10-12 WIDES / \ ? Genuine PICNIC TABLE RedwoodTablesite28"deepx SET 200 ,_ _ !3OO 20"" FAN

11111. l'i' BATHS er Nvo 1300 _"*4MOO80 b.nea rw.rlh

I Set AND EXPANDABLES NCkg 71" long x 30" high ; _" 510 e C55 t.l.ly
;;; Easter Grass Easter : INCLUDES St-uN 8 comfortably galls. S y.ar
Egg : 4
:: Dye LAKE GENEVA 72"Tobl]* ultli 2 end benches 5 50000. _ F7"" Gvoranl.e$ 9 S

millMMK HIM::::I i I I Starke's 2.6' Sid B.ncH2nd Som. I..n,New of dcck'i. 1
B.nth.e $2988$1DOWM FULL INSURANCE COVEKAGEAvoilobl. ike ,
:: :: Your Prescription Will Be Filled With Care at KOCH'S DRUG STORE. be ty held MOBILE HOME ,' If You. D.,;... -.': ;

Hill MMII:* Fresh, Potent Drugs At A Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Registered MaJ. ,

millmm, Pharmacist. At Koch's "Your Health is Our Main Concern. lIayYe the SALES

IMIIII: :,' Fill"Your Next 'Prescription? ida, : ': One mile S.E. Keystone

..:.H..| Open Daily 8 A. M. 7 P. M. Sunday 10 A. :M. 12 Noon dress at 'I Heights; on Route 100.

tin I 1 Phone 473-4320: :
..fill....1 !ori.r,7r,7 2-30 the:: I l.y : I I ,12S:! S. Walnut !St. .'hone !)fi.r| 2S9

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THtmSDAY.APRIL, 4. '1988 """DD COTTNTY"nCMCORAPII. ........... nnltlDA .SroLI tittiWit on; __.,. -: fit**;%3ve

r40uiE. ., Of IITKNTIOf: ..uanee, the -' ;tr.: i1J.1I1..
Thmclads RKOIMTKR. FICTITIOI :l'A"!' and"' th.' ._m..*.,jj In
Take Lake .Netlun In hereby given ; It wu MM 4".,* $ ae
tho undoralirnerl. undir the *: .
vlelone of Bm-tlon. DBA.on, Certificate No. if.'"T..r.: *H a.nanus -
da Stamen 1ll6r, will 1866 y'VW
City with the. Circuit Court In ;
Orange ,4" ,1 ,.; s r w "4' 7f'' '''S'At fcrudford I Description of Prot>*rty''flAt.
,JYk for County
s. .
,, e. ;h Thru 18 In Woodbwpot
? A i: .r receipt, | of proof of publlcation
rl o : :ru' .ppon I T-5-8. R-tt-ID. '
,,, ._.' "r:' ... .' .{ of thin. notice the Lod", I' UN In which a_.... e.
'It tllloul nan of Plata "
Park In ''
TrinieetBradford .. t i Motel under which I am W. Webb Aft b.I.i'
All of Mtld do I
property :
Haxid In b111In.. at U.H.: :
County of Bradford. Htit:, .
, .
North limit
eilne city 1
. I High School pulledan Park, 143'tt 12; 2)) Mayton kirldn., Unless Florida.such, certificate (lor
upset in. the big ,J Mary D. Brown S11T I
trl-meet "rtiric t Shall redeemed
BHS. 1r
..,. Temple Avenue "Htarke' ,
Lake ., t6 law
. with City and Orange Pole Vault-1)) $elote, BUS + \ Mole owner, .... .... the'propsety>
In ruoh oertlfloator
It "
at the .' I '.. this 25th of
Park Bradford .' rke Dated day
High 11' 2) Bits. + i ..
'. ; Gnann; ''r t. A. will be mid to She
D. 1868< at Starke
Track Tuesday April 2. High i .LJ i im' ( ..>t bidder at the court
,t Jump 'McCary LC County: Florida. 3-S8 4t -
door the tint
Grant Park had been on Monday
y tab- 57"; 2)) Moore. OP. '
monthof 101, '
May which Is
\ft Nullrr Of Adoption. Of h..t.'h.
1'* bed a slight .favorite. BHS I Broad JiKnp-/ ) Moore,'OP, .. O( Board. or timely CO".1. .. 6th day of May. 1988. .
Coach George Loper had considered 20'4"; 2))' 1ll this meet a prelude to .R.ICvt... 4 < .. M I.4 ty 4>rniti>d Hued And l.melnlm. .
I .. ( )
leg ItlKht 0' C'iMinty And
y. the conference championship 120 yd. high hurdles-1)) Public In And To '.he I.nnil 1.I. ., Charles A. Darby'
t meet which will be held next .. '.' of Circuit Court of'.Brad
id Gnann BHS. 15.3 1 ; 2) Thomas, IHK" Within 1 h fondnre County, Florida <
month. of
3. Bradford OP. To Whom It May Concern: 4/4 4t 4-21
;. capped the meet 100 yd. Daah-1)) BwJb ICV Notice .IB. herby given that.
with 69 1-2 points. Orange 10:1: ; 2)) Taylor OP. April .1, /I'lfll! In urro-nliince.
L'* Park scored 68 1,2 and Lake One Mile ftm-tlnnn. S10.n't through, us. li
42.Bradford's. FlorJdn< Statutes, tinUnnrd
q City BHS, 4:61: ; Bannister OP. County Coinml"nlon r of Bradford
Andy Mayton took 880 yd. RSlay 1)) Cohens- ... County Florida. ndnpiud, wf"l W. E. LawsonFor
first In the shot put. Billy Be- Stephens Balote Gnann BHS KeHolutlon clueing vacating"
abandoning a portion tf an un.uNed
took first 1.1 ['
lote in the pole 1354.: .h' .. 4'I 1; :: ,l I county graded road ,
vault Plenn Gnann took first 440 yd Dash-1) Cox LC 'I' ., ., scribed aa follows: ""
ll'aR' ell'
place in the 120 yd. high hur- ::32. tMg1t'sni '>0 ', lAn unused: county graded" .
dles and 180 yd. low hurdles '. lying In the Hunt half (KV4)!{
180 yd. low( hurdles 1) : '
..... KnuthwRHt quarter' (SW4))
and William Scoggln first In Gnann BHS '20.9; 2) Thomas (...... )""' ," I : of Northwest 'quarter' (NW% SchoolBoard
... .. ,
the 120 yd. high hurdles and OP. .. -f' of Hitctlon 2'rownshll> 7 ,
-. ,. p.w.w .., 1. .
+" -.e. IliiiiKK" U Kiml. lying South"'
i II 180 yd. low hurdles and William )- 880 yd. Run-.-1) Prevatt. { I ; .r .,,,, .,.r ..vViiii ,. .... I I llumpton Tht>r*.Bii..
III ) Scoggina first in the mile OP, 2:11: ;> 2))'+Trawiek: BHS. ." ,. ". through lands.. of .lame" ..
and, his wife,
'' hrl pr' t 1 Faye Hartley r
Sprint Relay' 1)
t 'Medley .
run.Bradford's and renouncing. and "'
!III I Relay Team of #s !
Cohen Stephens, Belote Scog- :.' InK nny right. of the County
Cohens Stephens, Gnann and gins, BHS 3:06.8. '. 1t Y.,. .IiPL. ., .- r .r '1.- i i / t 1'ulillr: In and tu: the land IYO T:
within tinconfine* of I )
Belote won. first In the 880 220 yd. Dash-1) LC .
I Busby, How Bradford High Will LookIf iifuri'iliuiurlniul. land. .
relay and In the sprint medley 22.4; 2)) Hunter,.LC. fisted. tlilK Srd tiny of ,' LIIIERAT.EQUALITARIAN
-i ,Field Events A. i I'. IIMI$. -
ii One Mile Relay 1> Con- ... ', ,' ..
ii i ShottPut1)) Mayton BHS; nerly, Allford, Meeka. Cox LC present School Board plans lighting seating' and climate pie Ave. above !will take IU West of the field house ant eventually lend old BUS a Uf lit rd Bradford' .(if "inn wry('""nlY.) Klorlilu'". I -

i 43'5; 2)) Taylor Orange Park. 3428.: become a reality this Is!,the way control in the auditorium and]I place. beyon} the present football more modern look as well as [ty Charles A. liuriiv, ,
Discus-1) Moore, Orange Bradford High School will look' additional kitchen and serving C' and 'B' Buildings will be field is a new stadium that In much Increased efficiency for Clerk 14 nr Hulil. HiiHrOHIOAI \ AMIABLE
i in five or six years after $7 facilities In the cafeteria. These connected on the south ends a fow years will be constructed housing the student body can
: 000 is spent O'-I' Improvement are the most by an additional complex of between the new track and be seen In the drawing. t

STARKE NURSING' HOME Only $17 ,OOO will be sorely needed, Temple says, but classroom ,\\and a covered walk- Orange Street. The present Another present building/ not Nollrp Of ApplU'atlon Der" .. Foe '1' DUTIFUL

able In 'the coming year and they will not change the appearance way will connect present 'A' stadium with its back to in the drawing' and! due for Nee, III/I.III, !.'. H.Nurlri EXPERIENCE
I that depends on State Depart- of the school much. and 'B' Buildings on the south I Washington' Street, Is missingIn eventual demolition Is the,, In hori'hy given

808 S. COLLEY ROAD ment' of Education, bonds' still Present 'C' Building Is missIng end as well as the north. the sketch.A presort library part of 'C' :1 tin Mm(" A.filling I.. .1ackcoat,,, t'fi. 'I lie III 1''li'ii ntf,1,RI>N ci', RELIGIOUS

to be sold. In. Architect Don Morgan's The present auditorium, system of malU and! clasp- Building.) : A mall will take up I I riled nil..1,1 <'iTllfli'iiti'H for a I

Phone 961-6220 Starke, Fla.L First projects set by Prln- sketch and the round one-story I cafeteria gray, and new field room walkways that will most of the present but area. I tined c'rlirlrntf, 'In IIH. tiiiiniliiii IHHIIIM, ,.'!M I uinl'....r..nn..yfiiia' (pd. pol. 'adw.,
clpal Jim Temple are Improved Structure Shawl raring Tern- house can be seen,, In the sketch.

We have ------ .. .. ..
complete nursing service for adulta of I I :; -'- "' -

all ..... had scores of 38. with'5 and 1 records. St, Aug-
Three Union
12 2BHSCagersOn Bolles team members had ustine holds third with a 5-3,

2. W. have R-N.'s and L.PNs on duty :24 hour two 33's. and two 39's while ,. Lake City is 4th at 4-3. Starke Officials
Palatka had a 39, 40, 41, and fifth with 2-4 Live Oak 6th
a -r. iY
; Conference with 2-5. and Bolles is 7th
43.Bradford High's BUI Adams with 0-6 record. Are OpposedThree

5. W. have our own X-ray; and laboratory. (Mr. and J. Roy Chasteen shot 41, The Tornadoes will travel to ,

'ante Moncrlef .U our full time licensed technician Honor Squad Dale Johns a 43, and Mike Live Oak Saturday April 6, Union County court- j'1

). Mitchell a 45.Diamond. for a 2 p. m. contest, invade house office-holders drew opposition

strong Orange Park Tuesday, and three went unopposed -
Paul Harold April 9, at 2 p. m. and will as the qualifying
McLeod and
4. We are licensed for 55 beds by the State Boardof I Chandler Bradford's two Squad take on Bolles at the Bradford deadline closed at noon Tues

Health License No. 2. High diamond Thursday,
I standout basketball performers 2 Games
Drops day.Sheriff
have been chosen to the April 11 at 7:30 p. m. John Whitehead will

B. We have a modem fireproof building with central Florida Star All Conferenceteam. Bolles 75In be opposed by Lowell Shatid:

alr-condltioner and heat Tops Talent while County Tax Collector
Lake City placed three men Show Helen Dukes drew two run

on the squad In the personsof last week's local high nlngmatesJosephine Addison -
6. We are wHhta two blocks of the Bradford County -
Scooter Houston Leroy school baseball action. Brad- WinnersWinners and Colin Halle.

Hospital. Purdy, and Jonathan Burgess ford High School was edged 3- Incumbent Tax Assessor

Belles placed two, Chris Horn- 2 by Lake City were shut out In the annual Tal- Marcus Howard did not offer

1 We have a fine staff of Doctor. serving the i buckle and Sutton McOtehee 7-0 by Palatka, and then ent Show at the Bradford for re-election and the post : ULj

Home. Orange Park's Darryle Lauderdale.Palatka's whipped Bolles 7-5. Strawberry Festival last Thurs drew three candidates Joyce

. Jim Alexander Tlcen 3. BUS 2 day night were: Dukes T. S. Thomas Jr., and I s
I and Live Oak's Andy Friday. March 29. Starke Elementary DIvlHlun Wilford Croft.Supervisor .

8. Ware VJ\ approved Cheney. round out the team. met Lake City and for the 1)) Elizabeth Scott fire ba- of Elections Lot I 1
-- i1 i- second time thls'season. Lake tons twirled to "Music To tie Lee Archer is opposed by

9. We are approved by the State Welfare Agency.; j ii i 1 Tornadoes 5th City edged Bradford by one Watch Girls By;" 2) Vicky Mildred Rivers.Unopposed I 'I I sincerely and humbly appreciate the confidence -
run. The local nine outhit the Williams a dance to "Booga- officials are:

In Fla. Star Tigers but ran into hard luck. loo Down. Broadway;" 3)) a tie: County Judge A. L. Drlggers you have placed in me by nominating me,
10. We are approved under Medicare. Paul McLeod hurled a good Debbie Mitchell a dance and Court Clerk Robert Drlggers

game allowing only four singles pantomlne to "My -Bonnie" and and School SuperintendentJames without opposition to'the dffice of Tax Assessor.
11. We are large enough to give all aurslng services Golf TourneyThe walking two men while Eve Futch piano rendition; of Cason. iI
I out six. "The Old Porch Swing." for all
that an adult may need but unail enoughto striking Contests developed
One bad: Inning was the Junior Division County Commission and
Florida Star Conference
provide a family atmosphere. Golf Tournament was held, at downfall of the Tornadoes. In 1)) (Randy Brown played School Board posts as follow: I pledge to you my untiring efforts to continueto

the Starke Golf and Country the :fateful third the Tigers guitar and sang to "I Knew County Commission Dist.t .
12. Air.\ 3. II. Moncrlef Is In charge of complete lab- Club Friday. March 29. with pushed across all three runs One" and a song he wrote him- 1 : Incumbent Shelton Arnold operate the office in the most efficient and

oratory and x-ray' facilities. Laboratory No. 824. Bolles of Jacksonville takingthe on two hits a wait and two self, "Just A Dreamer;" 2) opposed by Clarence A. Rob- '

I fielding errors. Starke FFA Chaipter String Dlst. 3 Sidney Todd!. andS. economical within .
Conference honors shootIng fits. : : manner my power. Anytime
Comply With Title 6 Civil Rights Law
Band (Jimmy Alvarez Wayne.Bennett
belted eight 5 Incumbent
a team score of 154. Bradford High M. Brown. Dist : -

ti CALL, WRITE OR COME BY Palatka :finished second safeties off the offering of Gunter, and/(Mike Donnie Tew Tyler Joseph), Royce Shaw opposed by that we may be of service to you, please feel ,wel-
Lake City's Patterson. Wilbur C. U. Crews.
with a 103 score. Bradford
"Wild Wood Flower" and
Waters and Charles Smith School Board Dlst 2.in-:
High Schol finished fifth witha call
I "I'll Fly Away; 3) Willie come to on us.
each collected two hits. cumbent Marvin Pritchett, op-
OwnerAdministratorMrs. score of 170.
Lawton B. Thomas, IJavli, sang without accompaniment -
Gertrude. Kauffman-Asst. AdministratorWE Four boys held the distinction Palatka 7, BUS 0 "He'll Be Back." DOSed by William Sapp. Dlst. Thanks,
II of shooting the best Bradford High traveled to Senior DlvUlon 4: Incumbent Carl Blelling,

COMPLY WITH TITLE VI scores of the tourney. Gus Palatka on Saturday March 1)) Three Cheers (Kay Col- opposed( by Ray Crawfoid. GENE LONGPd.
I Kromer and Rodney Margal of 30 to run head-on Into a fellow son, Beverly McRae and Della Constable Dlst. 3: Lyman

Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones Bolles Scott Mills and Robert named Symonds who Wilson), songs "Ballad of Jor- Green Henry Douglass, and J.

I Ripley of Orange Park all happened to be on the moundfor dan," an original composition T. Flllyaw.TIIH ( Pol. Adv.)
the Braves of Palatka. and "If I Were Free;" 2)) The

For six and 2'3': Innings Sy Techniques (Paul Bright and 11Ir CIIICI'IT: \ COVIIT OF
monds tamed the bats of Milton Floyd( ), song "Our Day FLOI.EIOJl'rll .JII; )1(;.\I.
Starke. ('lll1'UI'r. IN AMI VOlt IIHAOroii -
Will Come" and "I Believe; -
) (;111'vrv. ('1 V II. ACIION.CASIO : a-I I I"I
The Bradford hurler was 3) Mike Smith, guitar rendi- NO: >840MAUJOHI13 > -

j one put out away from record- tion of "Maleguana"' and "Turn COX LEVKNE F:1:
i ing a no-hitter but Dan Orlffls Around. "N. Plaintiff,

I n had different ideas as he The Senior Division included FRANCIS LEVI NF.. I II
and promp- 9-12 the Junior Division T>Af 1 came to the plate grades
I ty rapped a clean single to grades 7-9. end Elementary TUB: NAME OF TIIH: STATKOP1 f
take away the Palatka pitcher's Division/g' claim for distinction. no adult division this year. TO: PKANUIH LRVRNR
e-n Mm D. Levmie }
While Bradford's bats were !Director< of the talent show 2Hra Diiuphlna. island. Parkway r 1
much noise pa- was Bradford Middle School e 4
not making
M blip Alalmma. inaoO re.
latka took advantage of their Principal Richard Jockel. YOU ARK IlKHEBY NOTI-
w'ec 5 hits to accumulate runs. Prizes were awarded in each VlKli that. unit for divorce be.
,:d 5 aided division: first place $:25, second twren you and the Plaintiff,
Tornado errors .
Several MAKJOKIH: COX L.KVKNK.: : ham
the Braves )in their 7-0 win. place $15, and third $10. hum filed HUHlnBt) you .an D... 1
fendunl. by MAIUOKIH COX
Larry Mercer went the route Uh.VKNK, :: : .UH Plaintiff. ,In. the
for the Tornadoe above Htylud Cum mill.. cause. 41
BUS 7. Bolles 5 Trooper GeigerIs and you are re'I"lr..d'| / l to file your
a ilnfpiiHn. or .atiHMrer to theAniuiuled
r On Tuesday. April 2, Brad PromotedTo 1 I'nmMluInt .an filed
ford High traveled to Jacksonville therein with the Clerk of the
(Irriilt Court In and for Bradford -
and came home with CorporalA County. Courthouiie, Stark, ,
I their third victory of the sea Florlilii, and, Nerve a copy thereof -
Bodies 7-5. fourth promotion for patrolmen upon mild Plaintiff'. attorney
downing ,
THANK YOU son Horton T. Diiiiirlnn lOa North
Freshman Johnny Brown assigned to the Starke :Main Street. PuHt.Office Drawer.
hurled :for 5 113| Innings allowing Highway Patrol station was U2. aalneMvlllu Florida. on
or before the tjnd day of April,
I am truly thankful that I am not opposed in the seven hits and was replaced announced Tuesday April 2. t'jflU : and If you fall. to 'do 10
by Mark Oraudon In :from Tallahassee. a Default Judgment will betaken
uKulnut. for the relief -
Tax Collector. This office is the sixth. Graudon faced 7 Trooper P. W. Carter has demanded In the Amended
primary for County allowed one hit. to corporal the and thereafter maid
batters and been promoted Complaint I wish to thank the people of Bradford Countyfor
and Bolles notified ciitiHe aliflll proc'ttud,, I Kx Parto.

your office and I am here to serve all of the people. picked Both up Bradford a run In the second station Tuesday. He here will was be transferred of WITNICMH said Court: my this hand 19th, and day seal of the confidence have As

inning. In third Inning the I to Ft. Myers effective May :Mnn-li... A U. 19t)8.) at Stark., you placed in me.

If I can be of any help to you please call on me and local nine rallied for six big 1. FloridaOhnrlei, A. Darby Chief School
runs and then held off Bolles)) Carter Is an 11-year veteranof Clerk of the Circuit Court I your Officer I will continue to work

will receive every assistance I can give you. It threats for the victory.In the patrol and has been Klirhth:. .and Judicial For Bradford CircuitIn
you that big Inning. Starke assigned to the Lake Butler County, Florida, toward a program of quality education and earn ..

means a lot to me to feel that I have your confi made good use of four free area for nine years. >Deputy ty: Buulah Clerk M. Moody
passes, and third base hits Promotions to corporal were 3-21 4t 4-11 estly request the continued cooperation of the

Grateful. Wilbur Waters again paced announced last week :for

dence. I am Truly Bradford at the plate with Troopers J. K. Wade and L. F. professional staff, all parents, and other citizens

two hits In two attempts. Geiger. Wade Is being transferred I .

Bradford High' record over to Pt. Myers and Geiger of Bradford County. ..
Sincerely all is now 3 wins and 5 losses to West Palm Beach. 9St .
7oto M
and their conference record is A promotion to lieutenant I

I J.R. KELLY a wins! and 4.. losses, .good for was also announced last week I THOMAS L. CASEY JR. .

*. -: '; .. .- fifth -place in the conference for Sgt. B. H. Spears. He is k6fi6I : ,

standings. being reassigned to Lake City I

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Palatks and Orange Park as district commander for the II (pd.. pol. adv.In .)

I -re leading the conference Starke and Lake City Districts. I -
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-8"" -- I r last without r recommended another Repub.

He. has lived in Starke for 16 r' What Is A Middle School ? agreed lican for to the the Paulk Sfrufori term,: appointment but-

.: 1 years and is a native of Mel- i In order to work

bourne.\ ', out a compromise in the stale

Hurat was employed with the 1 mate.
Hercules Powder Co. in Starke Why A Middle School? |I teaching non-gradedness. and Many sixth graders now they may be generally have gram that treats each childas I

for 8 1-2 years. He now operates -,, Educators today are attempting I|, Individualized teaching in a I "outgrow" their friends In' more In common with, each ali Individual but withoutthe --

a Shell Service Station at i ( to make schools program Principal Jockel feels elementary school and would, other than with students of sharp focus on specialization MI'IIIM) OV ITKVIIC' To

the intersection of Madison St meet (he needs of today's student :: strongly will deal with the educators claim be more at elementary or high school age. and with the attendant UIK.IIIHH: KICTITIOI8! SAMK'
fit the to of adolesence o1er chll They see an instruction pro- pressures of the high school. Nutlet, ? 18 hereby g-lvcn I Hut
and Temple Ave. in Starke to program! ; problems early home with slightly/ I thf> undorHlirmil., umlnr the ,
\ the (child ,rot wait until the more effectively than the traditional dren. vNlnnn: of $"','lIon HOG.flD.!) Plurltlji m I'-,,
I Political youngster 's "ready" to absorb -I Junior high school. Maturing ninth grade boys KI"III"tIOIi., will r Kl.tnr, With i
Rally (llii' "riirult Cuurt In
,. tradl.ional offerings.It Originally the Junior high and girls have usually out- I i l.'o-unty, Florida" furMiiiiirniil
Board uponiripipt
44..f Dates To Be Set has long been recognizedthat developed In the 1920's. was grown former friends with Two Places On Hospital ,,",f. t thlK,, notice
:.f t I children are different thought of as a "transition"type whom they had been friendly, uf The Urantiinw! Iron, mm nnlno,. -
1, By Committee tr'itd_ 6li from other In temperament I school. It was supposedto finding they would rather we are eiiBnitert. l In bum.n .rHlilrh

j social maturity and mental pave a smooth path from gravitate toward the high Apparently Filled After StalemateSeveral Sto'I<'in, nt, Florida.3H7 N. Temple, AVO,

I1arI I Guy Andrews, chairman. has maturity. American youngs- the elementary school to sen- school group. I'Vllx III. Hulllvan anti wlf,.
; called a meeting of the Brad- ior high. But educators feel It Middle Intermediate Hetty J. Sullivan, Rt I. u,',x
ters have been subjected to a or .
I tel ft. Stark' FIR" l lease .
L : ford County Democratic Ex succeed Shuford by hO"'I"I
weeks of mended to
rigid education program not; has become as departmentalized schools "are trying to take maneuvering I *n I oil. I thin'Hill I, I day of Mir.I",
ecutive Committee for '8 p.m: bending to meet the student' and rigid In structure, account of the special needs by opposing factions end Oov. Kirk's Bradford County I A I I' Ilfl: S tit Starke Hriifrii|
Monday, April 8, In the court- ed week Committee." Loudon's Countv. Klorldii.I .
this with an apparent "advisory
house. but demanding that the stu- imbued with the same competitive and capabilities of children in I_ 5.2tftjIl
; dent adapt himself to It. pressures as a high the years between childhoodand compromise settlement of two appointment was an-I
The main purpose of the school. appointments to the Bradford nounced two months ago by j IF WE DON'T HAVE IT.
adolesence. and girls
Piinclpal' Boys
This Richard '
Hurst meeting: will be to set' dates, says ; County Hospital Board. Gov. Kirk, tat: he did not receive we'll get It for you. Office '
Educators from 10 to 14 or so exhibit a
like Principal I
Jockel, Is why Bradford County -
time, and for from theSecretary
places political commission ,
( -- Oeorge Shuford of Lawtey his Supplies Furniture Equipment.
.. I Is building a "middle Jockel see the Junior high today social physical, psychological,
rallies to be held In the coun- whose term the board of State until March Bradford
on expired
j! ..13S school" or an Intermediate as a "little high school." and Intellectual range that County
tans For Sheriff ty prior to the May primaries, Chas. .
Sawyer In December but who I Telegraph.
; Andrews aaid.Political school as they are called in They began to ask if traditional -< bursts the confines of grade
California, the state which groupings of students or patterns and plain chronology had continued to serve until Tho delay, reportedly was t
.... candidate* and Seeks School states describing the dispute over his successor orcioioned: by the Interventionof A classified ad In the
,..... 'tarke Mayor other pioneered the new grouping teaching methods were the a booklet. I 'I Telerraph -
= {
Carl Hurst person are was settled received a. letter a Duval County Republican brings results. .
best middle schools all
only over
.J : : ualitled Tuesday Invited to meet with the and teaching theory in the way. ,
morning for committee
Board SeatJ. the U. S. the : from Oov. Claude Kirk this Senator on behalf of the re- :
published by
1940's. New 'e..earchan! literature
.sheriff :
1 i' ending weeks of rumS and help make plans for week congratulating him on appointment of Shuford I la
;;;r) *" :':ors and .speculation that heN the rallies. Bradford's middle school backed by actual observation I Educational Facilities Laboratories
to the Lou-
'( appointment board. Democrat), as opposed to
-" ,;would challenge the veteran Charles Sawyer, 32. will consist! of grades 6, 7. and to which most any Junior high of New York City. however Prompt Service
Apparently, Shu- don [ Republican]
= i'IO..Sherlff'P< D. Reddish. New Courthouse Starke businessman qualified 8 in a new 35.000 wiuare foot school instructor will attest. "What they need above all a
,' ."SI: "The decision to seek the Friday. March 29, for the Dis- I. bUlldlnco/ .Llng $115,900. show that children today are is to be treated and taught as ford was not reappointed to In the meanwhile the resignation For Repairs
succeed himself another
:: for
....(.!office of, sheriff has not been Architect Is trict 5 School Board post. I Groun:; has ahea-ly: been bro growing larger and maturing/ Individuals. Insofar as this term but was named to fill of Paulk gave theOovernor's

'.'.!.[""!!*" easy one'>" for me to make, In announcing his first political : ken adjacent to the new voc- faster than those of 50 years ideal Is realized it seems to the unexpired term of Dave : office an oppor- LARGE OR SMALL

-c ,,,",.but after much prayer, thought Rotary Speaker race. Sawyer said: I ational-technical school on ago.On make no great difference what Paulk. who resigned last tunity to effect a compromise.
I with Loudon finally gettinghis
"''and' deliberation. I am nnnrtnnn the particular age are put QUALITYPLUMBING
"I Diejge! sufficient time,: old Conway Airport site at the average boys reach groups
,.: 2ng my c ;';did y-'for"h iif Bradford County's new! : energy and effort in order to 1 Brownlee Road and Orange adolescence physically .fromt2" together for Instructional or month. Commission for the ex-
(I'I .,.of Bradford Hurst I courthouse Is being designatedto administrative convenience.. The term for which Shufordwas Shuford term, and Shuford
County, bring about the Improveentswe Street. (Bradford HIgh in the -, to 14 years of age and CO.
:::::2B aid Tuesday. fill the needs of the present, all want for our schools j 1968-69 term will consist of etrls\ somewhat earlier, from Proponents of middle not reappointed runs from appointed for the unexpired
as well as of Jan. 23, 1968 to Dec. 21 1971 t"rm 0-f Paulk ending Dec. 30. V
projected >> ,
,. growth ,
I "Notwithstanding the fact I keeping In mind the need for1sound grades 9-121 I 10!/i. to 13. The middle school schools then envision a school Ph. 964-5039
the county to 1983. architect and is now filled\ Arthur O. 1970.
*ave had undue financial The school will Involve would from 10 by }
::: encouragement responsibility. new years, then be adapted to a range/ of children '
f( Frank George of Palatko told ,' Loudon Jr., who was recom The Kirk committee had
_.to eeelt this office from
people the Rotary Club Wednesday.It "I am offering myself for such new terms as teamriMWMHHMIIMMIV to 14 years.CLASSIFIED. who rampant Individuals
J .
wall, over the county my decision office feeling I can be of service IMlm*<*VMIWHMMm* nmvM MII
": 'to run has been based on the was also pointed out that to the most valuable pos-' ,
the new courthouse i U being
knowledge that the people are
session we have-our children. ,
:::'":"ready for a change In our constructed with a fall-out protection -
JJIII.county: : law enforcement. 1 factor. which will pro- "I will bring proven business

..,(,know I am competent and vide -safety for as many as ability and leadership to the

Unqualified: to fill this Important 3,000 people. School Board; which Is charged -

.* ,,,".,Beat in our county government. George pointed out some of with the responsibility of

,;::::;:" ;,'*:,: "As a member of the City the unusual features of the the largest governmental" bud- 0

...", ...,,'COuncll and a mayor of Starke new courthouse design Includ- set In our county. .
a.i-" mill. have come to know and un.- Ing Innovations In the two, Sawyer operates Slade Gas

::00"-:::": "IJJderstand'" law enforcement and courtrooms which were worl of Starke: he has owned the CARL BEGGS 1.'SEnCUUI: cleaners reConditioned '. '

aisa. :'":"the necessity that it be render-. ed out In cooperation with business since 1960. He is If jou find your name among the Classified Ads, r $13 up. 10 different !

:::::: :"ed honestly, Impartially, and 1 judges In the circuit married to Joanne Sla.de Saw- : I Gulf Service' name brands to choose from. C aa

'1000,, ,"..,:.'. ntoI1iently.IIi The speaker was Introducedby yer and the couple has three conic to the Telegraph office and receive TWO ITSED PARTS Parts &: excellent repairs aM

,, II"" "As mayor I have had an County Judge T. A, Yawn young children. I FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre I Top Price for Wrecked Cars makes. KIR37 SALES &
301 Drive-
::mi:: ""' Is of, or 8KKVICR 712 N. Main Oatacs-
Hill :: :.opportunity to work closely! Sawyer past I 24 Hour Wrecker Service
IIMIInun, with and to the StarkeBradford Chamberof villa 3767110. tfcbg
'iin" young people come Theatre Passes In.
,," 'i-to know and understand their Commerce, Rotary Club.II Fuel Oil -

:mill:":::It ,"::problems. The office of aheruiff We are sincerely grateful to and the Starke Golf and AAA STARTING new classes for
S & II (Iroen Stamp I our late comers. Tap, Ballet
11111unit" should at all times be their Country Club. He Is on the
friends and neighbors for their : I
HASTINGS MATTRESS Hwy. SOt N. Waldo. Aero, eta. Ph. 9647098.rchg
:::::: "::fgwld and teacher." many acts of sympathy durIng Board of Directors of the AD RATES & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 448-198

....N Hurst served four terms on our sad bereavement. Our Chamber and a Chamber vice-1' I 710 Lemon 8$. Patetk, :

:mm':::: "::the city councU. He was ap- appreciation cannot be adequately -! president, a member of the Up to IS words ____.-- 1.S5 Furniture Repaired LACY CONWAY -I i JIMMY MOORE'S\ .

'S.'",, JJ pointed mayor In January 1967 expressed. Connie country club board. and a. (Minimum charge) Upholstered & Refinished FLYING SERVICE I! SUN SPORTS
"...".. ,i-.tipon the death of Mayor Ran- Crews and family. 2t member of the Board of Stewards : FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane i

;::: :'dftl Chltty and was re-elected of the First Methodist Em-h word over 13 __ .07 MATTRESSES REBUILT rentals. Greyhound Bus;,I MOORE: O.\T FOR

Mm'' HI Church of Starke.He I Extras charge' If not I New Innersprings Charter. Keep your party together I OUR MONEY STARLING
"' is the Board of Directors and Box Springs Starke I'h. 9615791SERVICE
on I charter a bua. Phone -
pu_ I I paid In ud\ance ____ ,33Menorlal Drop tin, A Cord or Call
of the Florida LP Oas 9H4-30CO. Farm
tfchg Supply
How to cash if Association and a member of, PALATKA EA 6-9166
Like 1966 Four
e'M get Resolutions MRS. PEGGY 8HAUJEB new Speed
irwyuut the association's advisory com I ISrownlco 084-6062 _
80 hp. Elec. Start EUnrude .
209) B. Adklna S,. REDUCED: RATES e ,
mittee. 7 cnntit' per word StarU Only $599.! -Mercury 650- -FEED ..Ir: :
I income stopped d tomorrow ""I, S3 hp Elec. Start Only $350
'4h:,: your Teenager Sets DOYLE E. CONNER

nunin''a'",,nin One out of every three men over 33 will be disabled before Good ExampleAt Day', week or month.-Brad- tfchg FOR SALE ...* 3 bedroom 2
I 00 words.. or less" 3.00 ford County Phone
-- Telegraph.
'OUOl US. Om out of Ihrrr. Can you afford to toe one of these? i' I bath concrete block homo In
10""OIl'" FairgroundsFair tf
",,,' If you were unable to work due to slrkitp** or accident a Knrh: word over CO .01 PUMPSNEW Saratoga Heights. Phone 081- UKlill I"UKMJUKKAN1 I ; -

',,iiin where would I 3 bedroom home In the 7369 or D84-S859 After 5 p. mtfchp ) APPLIANCES
."n your money come from? For flow long Manager Pete Novak coun AND USED

HUHnun.,, Would It be enough to cover all thinks there/a/ a lot of good I In I 3' SILVER SANDS LAKE try. Priced to sell. SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep UPHOLSTERING _

,, mexpenses fNationwide some teenagers In pplte ot 2 bedroom home in the city.
: $2,700 to $3.500 TRADERS -
,,. Must sacrifice. & Shallow Wells FENNELL'SHAHGAIN
1 what read and )hear today p
you .
: Antiques
.. bought
Insurance can seep that you to LAKE 235 acres. Partially Improved.! Water Softeners & Filters .
as,"," ., and tells this story prove sold. Top cash paM for Fine CENTER
mill, ,.get the cash you need. Natlonu Ida's his point.It $3,575 to $1,275 REAL' ESTATE Expert Service On FurnitureGlassware.. Hwy 11 1'Mi.' So. :301 Slarke
unit *Guarantor Income Plan Elizabeth Ann i I EASY TERMS BUY- SELLTRADE
makes that
,.,H" sure sterna I p. All Makes Green Cove Springs, BlandingBlvd. -
mil, ., *jour family,has cash when disability Scott, younger. sister of the i !ii See S. E. McKay BILL POWELL Phone 964-7061 Orange Park. tfchg EUNICE NURSERY

inn inn, ,' :ptop your regular Income. Natlon- : new 1968 Strawberry Queen, KryHtone Height. Real Estate DURRANCE I PUMP> Tomato Pepper and Eggplant

innmi' wwhle's Guarantor Income. Plan pays you won. $25 in the Talent Contest TOOLS AND 413-4740 or 473-4152 40.1v.. Madison St. AND SUPPLY CO. SEVERAL GOOD USED Add. plants container grown.
lint Friday night, and lost 1 It ing Machines for ,mimi.... rom $100 to $600 per month according 1'ltone"l 017:1: -.f.316 Phones: Off ia4fU64WE ) shrubs fruit
on the Fairgrounds a short LADDERSFOR ; subtraction. credit< bal) trees 2 ml. north of
lull I ".to the plan choose. And benefits I SfbCIALJZINO: in sales of
you time: later. : BUY used ance Bradford County Telo 301.
HIMinn ian FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE, furniture, appliances 1 start 30 day after you are disabled The was found by another graph. tf
HIM:::,: '1 "'and money mm ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom or anything of value. for' estates, corporate and Individual -3465..---.-.--.----.--... ,. tech.,!
continue I Baldwin I --
up to age 63 for sickness teenager Ginger I Dahmerg Discount House 064- ----- ---------
iynlull,,',, Bill Powell -S tfl1. ..4.:. V/a! bath. Treated. Just C owners. 30 years ex- WAITRESS WANTED also \IIR YOU panning
r11d life for accidents. 7923. an. extra
I UL "' .ftiftU1 wuu l"U"'l'"'7 .w.- tfchg
I outside of city limits In erlence in Florida land mat-
Hill'" ,.e Phone 064-0464 ed It in to the fair manager'soffice dishwasher cook's helper, oem to your home, garngeemodol ,
a,11I1',,,,), : &i me today for more, details about 404 '4'. Madison where it was later DID YOU KNOW it's easy town > f'lnebreeze Easy reonthltorins. HOUSE For Rent-4 bedroom, era. A. J. Thomas Realtor. Friday and Sat. night. Applyin /, "r m.iko repairs? If
Illll i :
iationwidee Guarantor Income Plan. Starke, un.II' claimed. a Longcfmmp !'loinr Longchamp Cirwt Co. furnished or furnished Starke, Fla. tfchg person at Longhorn Res ir, rail Rnford Mitchell Long-i

IllllIIMI,,,t ..5 Better built for Florida liv- Contact Bufoid Mitchell. Central heat and alr-condl-, taurant. 1 tpJOHNSON'S I champ Construction, < for Free

,*, The man from Nationwide is on your side I ADDING MACHINES! Manual ing. Your pi:ins or ours pone 964-6853 P. 0. Box tlonlng. Wall to wall cirpet. MAKE TODAY Estimate. Phono 061-6853.

asIII or electric. For sale or Your lot or ours. contact Bu- _238 Starke. tfcb Ph. 964-7389 or 468-1152. MOVING DAYI! STORE new tfchsr
':::(:' NATIONWIDE INSURANCE rent. Add subtract. credit bal ford Mitchell phono 064- and nearly new; Waldo Fla.
,,, 1'HANK! : YOU NOTES-Beau- tfchg Move Your InsuranceBusiness FOR SAIH: .
Tele- Brand new spring dresses rhirUen farm
ance.- Bradford County 6853, P. O. Box 238 Starke -
= _- Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company I graph. ttcitg i tifully engraved la gold or FOR .RKNT 3 room and To I small -sl/.es 98c each limit 2. J 0,0(11)( ) broiler, rnpncfty fully

.. Home Office: Columbus. Ohio silver $1.25: for box of 25, In. bath furnished cottage. Phone "The Man From Big bargains on shoes and' equipped! / : 2 tractors and equip-
I SIGNS all kinds. Metal or NEW MOBILE: HOMES; chtc- eluding envelopes. Bradford 9645337.: tfchflf Keystone"GEORGE I clothes for the entire family ment.; 45: ncres. 20 tillable, on

",", 5' Cardboard The Telegraph. kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy- County Telegraph. tt E. Fridays and Sat. open; from 8 paved/ ronc!. Modernized 2 bed
Clemson, Lnyton travel ATTENTION LADIES If room home r pretty yard barns .
trailers 7 from
ooU,, ----- a. m. p m. Sundays
nil Liberty Taylor. Azalea. you have not been assignedto I LaRUE 9-12 a. m. lip fruit and nuts, saleable timber

"III 01I,! Buy sell, trade. Year bank financing WANTEDCASH a soft ball team with the INSURANCE AGENCY I ; 2 miles oast of Lawtey.
>I [ City of Starke Recreation.I $27.r.OO. Mrs. H. II
,,,, free Net up and tie- Auto Fire Hamilton
FOR SALE- shrubbery
'00 livery. BUCKKYE TRAILKR Dept. and if you are Interest Box 282. 'Lnwtev 3tp 4.11

MART, INI:?:: ., 0012! Blandlng, PAID ed In playing please contact HomeownersLife geraniums. Big Boy andBeef
& Accident Steak tomato plants. Mrs.V. .
00 .bx. 771-877B. tfchg\ Good Roy Burnham at Carp's. Ph. !''H"M| Mnuprn I'uih or Ride
: Clean
Cotton Rags/ 964-5651 Itehg Keystone Heights/ R. Ferguson Raiford Road. Uo TradeVe KrpalrFIRESTONE
01 FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration No Khakis, Wool or 473-4692 I I Phone 964-6227.
Service. Home and Scraps. FOR EFFICIENT bookkeepingand ; ;
TO THEPEOPLE Commercial. Phone 473-3090. Income tax service, ice I FOR RENT' Furnished:! 2 Free.. I'irk tIp| "Scrvlco

) ___ P. O. Box 19. Keystone tfcha'I JIltING TO Mrs. Haddock .118 S. Court St., FOR SALE!: -Pickup truck and bedroom house. Also 2 bed- In City

"' I i back of Koch's Drug Store. camper 1963 Ford pickup room furnished apartmentwith Phone 06t-759'j
1r zi FOR SALE -. "Exer-OenlP." Bradford County I Phone 96 1.6557. Central Bookkeeping 1935 Merced camper. $1.600. carport. Renner Apts. tf

Revolutionary exorcising de- & Employment Service Rodney Hall 473-3152. Key- 633 McMahone Phone 964- .
OF vice. Used by tho pro athletesas ..1 I Telegraph tfchg stone Hts.WAITRESSES. 6279. tfchg! FOR SALE-Good well train-
: trained saddle horse. Easy
well as the average man. -
Price 26.75: FOR RENT-Furnished Bach- riding:! and well disciplined '
tax Included. WANTED-
( Call FOR FOR SALE-2-bottom 3 pt.
'" Coach Dave Hume day 064./ new 4-drawer Filing roller Cabinets bearings, plow, $70: 6' disc harrow 3 pt., Apply in person Longhorn lor apartment $50 a mo. Ren- W. S. Sherwood 964-6742 ltchg f;

,Iti 6343: nights 1 533-2615. $4200 each. Call Mr. Ricks, $110; 2-row J. D. mounted Restaurant, 301 South. ner Apts. 633 McMahone.,

4tchg 4-18 964-5184. 4111: planter with fertilizer distributors 2tp 4'11': Phone 964-6279. t tfcha nUROC PIGS and breeding J

i!: Bradford County 4 Bed Room Home WOMEN: 4tp '. ready to go $150; 2 HELP WAr.TEDInside and FOR RENT-2 bedroom house, 1 Station.sows for 3 sale.miles Garvers South Service Starke
SEWERS WANTED: Covington planters. $20; I
2 baths. unfurnished. 726 E. Laura S
Florida Outside.
Room 32 x 16 Apply in person Tas-
Work on Hwy 100 South. Phone 964-
at home doing simple drag disc harrow $60; 1.10"hammerrnill
Street. Ph. 964-5042. ,j
s ft.. Lot 80 x 392 ft. paved tee Freez Drive-In Itchs 6258.
:: sl'wlnVe supply materials 4-blade disc lip
: __ street! and sidewalk. Close in. $65; ,
ItIt 4 Beautiful and pay shipping both ways. I plow. $40. Logan 114, ml. south HELP WANTED [Male or Fe- FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur- FOR SALE
trees. lieal! -Tobacco
: for large plants
Good rate of pay. Piece work. Waldo, U S. 301 lip male] : Service customers with nlihed house on Water St. Ap. !
family be Hicks broadleaf.
or can converted Into Write Ready now.
Dept. V3. Jamster In- at 527
It 249 Household Necessities ply Seymour, N. Wal'
duplex. For more information !rltistrle1) Inn, 100 Ashmun FOR SALE-Modern & spacious nut. B. V. Rosier 782-3916. Itchg
II I call A. J. Thomas Real- Sinlt St. Marie Mich., Zip CB home. 3 b. R., 1 U part or full time. $23 up dailY FOR
to start. Write McNess. Box RENT-Attractively fur-
:: My sincere thanks for the confidence have tor, Tel 964-3701 10783. 3tp 4-11 bath, large D. R. w. Fireplace 2766. Memphis, Tenn. 33102. James H. Waters rushed 2 'bedroom apt. Call [

you HELP WANTED. Female | Florida room. Patio, Ut. R.. Itp : :Mrs.\ J. W. Klncald, 9647831.

:: placed in me by again nominating me as your county Lake Butler Apparel Co. -is, FOR RENT-.small 2 bedroom Carport C. H. A C. In city FOR SALE. 3 bedroom frame tfchg
furnished house 734 N. Wal. choice 17000. Ph house
with ,
1 location FOR SALE1964 Comment acre of land stove
:: judge without opposition. With humility and gratitude taking employment applications of for machine prompt' nut St. Call 964-7444 or 0645070. 964-5388. tfchg Calente car. Take up pay- refrigerator, bedroom suite LOST Part Persian black

:: C rededicate myself to your service and to the j operators. No experience sewing:; nec-i : ftp NO. 657 SMALL HOME, ments. Call any time 7823971.Up living room suite Included. Located and 'white female cat In vicinity ./
on 301 N. 5 ml from
of Silver
:: impartial administration of justice in your courts. i essary Training program. I FOR SALE-2 bedroom house beautiful view. 1 mile out of Starke. 94.000. Phone 264- I Call 473-4961. Lake. Reward. t

: Earn while you learn. Full!; with carport. 614 West Adkins.Ph. Starke on paved hwy. $8,500 FOR SALE: 15 ft. Boat: 30 4306 Orange Park. It Hp"

II I In time: steady work. Paid vacation -I 984-7599. 2tp 4'11 Terms.No. hp. Johnson; Tilt Trailer: FOR RENT In Starke. attractive

,I Sincerely I : and paid holidays. Factory 669- 15 ACRES partially 1930 Chev Truck. $300. H. E. FOR SALE OR TRADE 2 bedroom furnished '

II 'I base rate. $1.74: minimumrate. FOR SALE-4 1 hp Rotor Tiller cleared, fertile soil. Remodeled Brown Sampson City with down payment Land 789 : cottage. Good location. Also 't.\

j. YAWN 160. Earnings should :plow, usei less than 7 hours, 4 bedroom home. 17 mL from Road.Up front footage on Highway 230. unfurnished house in the coun-

r run $1.75 to $2.00 after gaining in perfect condition $125. city. 916.500. Terms. 1 mile east of Starke city lim try. W. H. Nollman tfchg

experience. Lake Butler Utility trailer, good condition STROUT REALTY FOR RENT furnished 3 its. Ph 964-5211 or 964-6128.
: t pd. pol. adv.) .I .: Ha. Itchg $75 Frlgldalre refrigerator 2117 N. Temple Ave., room apt. with private bath. 2tp 411 RUBBER STAMPS and

II. ,- ::i :---- \perfent condition $50. C. SHaddock .I !Star'; '*. ""a.'oJ Convenient location. Ph. 004- Pad*- Bradford County Telc-
I' -------------:-- Donald E. Neel j Ph. 964-7649 ItcUj 'a. V 1804)), 964-6609 6749. It Steve Starling __ ,

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: finally got the hang of It, and and party caught 68 shell- ents Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman rooms. There is room for plications may be obtained at t i tion Is to make the averag!'e man body, plays Fridayand<
?'p.1 j averaged catchlnc 2 or 3 crackers one day and 73 an- ,. many more now In Sunday the Lawtey and Raiford pos t woman aware of the possibllt;:y Saturday, April 4-5, Ths'Tllm'
VOICE of theSPORTSMAN \, yearling size ones every day. other day on the sandbars. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor School. We want to thank, all offices. Application forma of attack, to teach herself defense ,_ stars Stephen Boyd, Raquel
We have been fishing. with a Betty said they are. not bedding and children of Gainesville the men who labored so hardto must be filed with the U. S. against such attack b;:y Welch, Edmond O'Brien, Ar-
t pink or a purple worm with a yet: the roe Is not grown. were dinner guests of her parents make this possible, so bring Civil Service Commission, showing use of mechanical de_ thur O'Connell, Donald Plea,
spinner. Friday night Father Slim's Flsh-'n-Stuff at Key Mr. and Mrs. L. A Cros- your children to Sunday Washington. D. C 20415, and vices for protection, preven,_ ance, William Redf leld. and Arthur
.. ByMike caught four large specs 1 In stone Heights also reports by Sunday. School, there is room for all. must be received or potttmaik- tlve improvements on diivlni r Kennedy.
Chitty I Santa Fe Lake. Father and some nice catches. O. D. Hale Mr. and'Mrs. Charlie Cow- We were very glad to see ed not later than the closing habits, and home protection. The double 'bill Frldny and
lI Uncle Alfred Hudson of Galn- and friend Stanley got 60 en and children of Starke, Mr. Grandpa Lovell at churc t'' \ Saturday also/ includes n Tur-
I 475-2171 esvllle spent the weekend with specs In Lochloosa. Mr. Jow- and Mrs L. J. Carter of Jacksonville Sunday after his long illnesi ;war'personal James Coburn zanUrn, "Junglei Boy," n
r my grandparents. Hubert and ers caught a H-Pound bass Mrs. Margie Balagh' Self story about 'the'Bearch for a
I I I -r._ Palma Chitty camping out at on a purple "Bass Rouser", In and son of Gainesville, and Exams Scheduled' '. At buy lost In the Jungle!,
a small lake west of GalnesI Defense( Is Topic Stars FloridaJames
Lake Hall
Howdy, fishermen. This is friends have remarked abou Geneva. Gene Mrs. Hill oX Jacksonville at-
r your rolling-fisherman with the same trouble. Red Nea:1 I vine and they caught 25 bass caught a 84* pound bass on a tended church Sunday and For Postmaster for Woman's Club Coburn and Joan Delaney E/EKASE: TYPEWRITER
good news. The fish are still and Andy Boswell of Indian I While they were there a 12% "Rapalla" In Crystal Lake. afterwards they Joined :Mr Jobs In Two Towns top model making herscreen TAPER, Mimeo Paper, Bond
biting pretty good in all of Beach, who usually catch lb. bass was brought In. Mr .Olisson caught a 10 pound and Mrs 'Fred Johns for a ," V/A':\ special program and detmpletratlon debut, play a couple of Paper, Notebook FIlI-!
c the lakes. Last week I remarked quite a few are having the: The fish are biting. rather bass on a Black Worm In family dinner at the Holiday Examinations for Postmaster \ of personal self "In" ultra modern people In a Bradford County.Telegraph.
, that the fish were striking same trouble. They have beer, well in Santa Fe lately and Lake Hartman. Inn. L at two post offices !ia'-the l$6fense\ for women will be "turned-on"' story about a psychiatrist
i I worms but you couldn't hook catching a few though. many people are catching' TIPS ON FISHING Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward areaLawtey and Ralford :14J' >M8ented by Capt. C. A. Rob- given the Job of be.
It t them. Since then many of my Last week my father, James them off the dock. Thursday I Many people have been and daughter of Crescent. Oa. will be open for acceptancethis &t& of the Gainesville Police InA' "The President' Analyst,"
L_ -.. afternoon.- Grandmother Copeland catching bass lately on a cane and their, i!son Ray, who has'I week--- hv the TT aN.II- ':jQupartment, assisted by train which plays Sunday Monday. FLORIDATHEATRE
" a and I caught 15 nice pole especially Roy Griffin. recently 'returned from Vietnam Service Commission; Both (.Instructors: to the Starke and Tuesday April 7.9, at the
1IIIj11 Shellcrackers and bream ofl Since Roy Is an old pro at it,,'I were visiting Mr. and positions carry a salary f".of ,,Woman's Club next Wednesday Florida Theatre.
,- our dock. Believe me the I asked him to give me a few 1 Mrs. W. C.'",Ward Saturdayand $6.939 per year for these,/second April 10, date of the nextregular Cuburn Is cast an the analyst -
really know how to pull, even pointers. First of all you get theYI, all -visited Mr and class offices. meeting. who becomes confidant to
the small ones feel like a a large stout cane pole, andput Mrs Pete, Barton at their All qualified applicants'will) "':'Every member of the Club the President of the United
lunker Dick Billiard-caught a a 30 Ib. line on It. Now home on Santa Fe Lake. receive consideration for //ap l U.urged, by President' Dot State.- and Is embroiled In a
- nice 5% lb. bass off his dock further procedure depends upon Our deepest sympathy is extended pointment without regaprfV'to' ,Safe,'to be present for the de- cries of comic adventures ShO'wtime-Weekdars 1
and Jack Miller caught 4 bass the bait you are going. to tq Mrs. Louse Bell In race religion, color, national monstration. The program Is "Fantastic Voyage," Inlrlgu'I' Sunday 3:00 Saturday IFKI.
.. and a Jack Sunday morning use. For a large shiner; use a the loss Griffin's Lodge on Santa Fe 3-0 hook and a medium size also to Mr. and Mrs. James' other non-merit factor. member Is urged to each/. /which a crew of scientists are ., SAT. APRIL 5, 6
reports a very good week ol cork float (not plastic] placed Blackshefkr In the loss of their Applicants for the vacanciesmust guest to see and hear miniaturized to microbe< size I
fishing. Travis Johnson, Jefferson about 2 to 2tt feet above the son! in Vietnam. Mrs. Black- have at least IVi years demonstrations. for a voyage through the hus I Double) Feature Programjm
Davis Graham George, hook. For a small shiner or shear remembered,: here as of experience (education Purpose of the demonstra- ...
and D. V. Thompson of At- wigglers use a 2-0 hook anda Miss Beverly Cady who was above high school level may I 11 -_ iL_
lanta, Ga. and Mason Williams small cork float. In either one of the teachers In Rising b e subetttuted for nine month;
] of Jacksonville spent case use a No. 1 buckshot. School. of experience] showing ,thai I I
last week fishing They are When fishing with a pole, you Mr. aid Mrs. Rudy Sappand they have the ability to cpn- I Wish To Thank .
executives of the Southern should fish around the grassor children were supper duct and manage the com- 1-
Bell Telephone Co. They In the grass ..Since the guests ol her parents Mr. and r-unlty's postal business.,efficiently. The People of Bradford County for allow I I
caught 34 bass during. the water Is so warm now the Mrs. Loyd Padgett Friday anC to supervise'' employees Ing me to serve in the Office of Supervisor -
week. Alan guided Mr. Davis. bass are in very shallow water night. 1 t so that customers'' of Elections for another term. I will
At tnis time of :year ,the Rev. :j M, :. D. Medelras con satisfied el
1 Saturday and he caught 7 with the service.) continue to serve you in this position to
bass Including. an 8 H-pounderand bass are preparing their beds. ducted a revival meeting' at They mui, also have resided the best of my ability. w
a 10-pounder. J O. Is- The males are in there clean- Oak Hill I f Baptist Church In within the delivery of the office
Ing of Jacksonville was fish- ing out and will take anything Gainesville. last week. Fred for one year Immediately 21 lines 1
ing Sunday with live shiners that moves on their bed. Johns filled Rev. Medelras preceding. the closing date oi f Supervisor of Elections tcolxlllnchesT102PLUS 1
ROL HiDE and caught a 12 314-pounder", Many times when the water pulpit for( him Sunday. the examination: must, have ,
R8g. 65 an 8, a 7. and a 8V4 and a 4 Is still and the sun is out you Beginning this Sunday ser- reached their 18th birthdayon Neva Flynnpd.
ONE COAT-NO DRIP pounder He had nine bass in can see the bass swimming vices at Bayless Hlway will be the closing date for accept-
qr k PER GALLON all, for a good days' fishing. around. Quite often you .can as follows: Sunday School, ance of applications: and must I Tarzan's Newest
4ate.v r C. A. Barringer of Jacksonville drop your bait down and keep 10 a. in.: Preaching' Service take a written test to be givenat ( pol. adv..
a e 4a caught a H-pounder on Sat- moving It back and forth and 11 a, m.) Training. Union, Gainesville. Those who pass
WALL PAINTmi 0AtL urday. Mr. Hartung and son tease them into biting. When 6:30: ; Preaching. 7:30: ; Mid- will be assigned final ratingson I "Tarzan And
COAT OOVIMMNW fog of North Dakota who were you do get a bite it is very week Prayer service 7:30.: the basis of this test, and
m w KUIUTUWAWUM.I staying at Griffin's last week important to pull the bass up Everyone is invited to attend on their experience and fitness -
MAT A WATW IN ONe CUAM-UP WIOC ,,,i1 ?". averaged 3 bass a day for the to the top of the water as these services. for the position. Persons The Jungle Boy"SUN.
week. When they left, Mr. soon as possible. There are We have completed the over 70 years of age cannot be
Hartung was running a fever many obstacles on which the beautiful new Sunday School appointed. 301
from sunburn. Irving Trlest bass will hang your ]line and rooms which were used for the Complete information about .. MON., TUES.
I break loose. First time Sunday. We have the examination requirementsand APRIL 7, 8, 9THIS
1VA 1 would like to remind au lovely new furniture In the instructions for filing. aJ>-
of you fishermen that the SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN
Florida Wildlife! magazine has ADMISSION. : Adults 't e. Students! 60c
several Interesting. articles Children Under 12 Free DEDICATED TO LIFE
about fish this month. including LIBERTY AND THE f.PURSUIT
Shellcrackers and Catfish ADMISSION 75c OF HAPPENINGS!

.... Farming.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ellis FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY APRIL 5, 0, 7
great-grandaon. Chris caught Double Feature Program

I PAINTS AND PAINTING SERVICE around 60 Ibs. of Shellcrackers THANK YOU .

f ACCESSORIES! PRICED TO '. and specs last week.
>k. SUIT EVERY POCKETBOOK. :..,..1 ,': Don Hill of Hampton, told VERY VERY MUCH
Gilbert S. Brown me a very Interesting fish i I
,..Al4lZE ONE COAT MARY CARTER'S :*.. tale Sunday. It seems that Ouy .. .. For ,
I Standard 00 Service! "Btatto! *I Haddock found a'real pleasantway 3 : sD If ItS
ATLAS to kill time last week. The Honor and Privilege ,

i :, R,g. '7'ew .. R eg. 510 GAL. Budget TIRES Term* *BATTERfEH-Road Service! Since he had nothing. else to
do, he decided to go fishing.
America's Best Phone M4-7071' of Serving You Again
He took cane pole and a
2 GALl.FOR 89'8 Paint Value 2 GALl."OR $193 407 N. Tempi StarlitHURST'S cane of a.worms and; waded Clerk'of

UAtb19 around the edge of Hampton as your
Lake. By the end of the evening
?I SHELL he had 10 yearling. bass :the Circuit Court
ranging. from 1V4 to 3 pounds. STARTS FRIDAY
AMIIUCA'S lilT PAINt VALUE 'Olt 2S 'YIAU Service StationGa Pretty good for an amateur. "

: Mary Carter Paints Goodyear- Oils Tire- Lubrication&: Batteries Guess be taking everyone lessons will from want him.to ,..... APRIL 12

BOAD SERVICE Due to the lack of space In .901 Brot'6\-
801 and 100 stark. paper, It seems I will have to I < .. I tjfy!
I ,,,..
102 E. Brownlee St. Phone 964-7025 of the -'On
leave out my "Fish CHARLES A. DARBY I :""Jh.. -'PU. u
Week', except when the newsis The First Motion Picture I ,A1.C. ..CA85r't 1
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scarce. As long as the : J """ "'e'",'.-..,..-' .s
weather stays as pretty as It .W AboutThe l'"i lsn J :1
la we should continue to have 1 Moral! Revolution : 1
good fishing, so get out there) : dafl1lIest
and catch some fish. Until i (pd. pot adv.) .. The i
next week so long from your I" PLUS '; t

rolling. fisherman. 'JIlAT.DFF : t"''ljmOltw4 .:

'ryyyyyyyyyyyVVYVVVVVVVBavless .. ,,..110.1100G' !
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'il CORts x.rr MUSIC : CI'.w. :: -Jt
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HiwavBy 555. aRA1.t A51.
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Mr*. O. E. CrosbyauA.aau..uAAA Carl

r 1 fa.A4 f

Happy birthday to Mrs' Mil
dred Medelras who celebrated

little her( birthday Miss Mary Saturday Louise Wat-and" e k Prevatt DRIVE A1SLEEK

r.i.'r r.i. r teraon. daughter of $r. and

Mrs. Freddie Watterson, whose ,. 63
birthday was Monday. She Your
Monday ;:
had a little family party
1 How In the name of blazes can I night. County CommissionerDISTRICT
\, Mr. and Mrs. C./C.// Crosby
l ? t and Bule Crosby wore visiting ONE (LAWTEY)
l save money Mr. and Mrs. Otis''t Crawford,
i and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby af'r

I: iL START saving now (with just Monday.Mrs.and .family In jOalnesvllle He Offers You These r Qualifications:'

Leah Brown of Jacksonville r \
a small amount) Is spending a few days -Born and raised in Bradford County.A -
here with Mrs. Neta Brown' member' of the First Baptist Church of Lawtey.A .
aside i
2. Put your savings and Mr. and Mrs. 1
,, Brown. member of the Bradford County Fair :Association I /
? \ BEFORE spend. Bobby Crosby was supper I and Chairman of the State Farmers Market' I 1
i ) you .guest of his parents, Mr. and Advisory Committee. : .' ,

Mrs. C. C. Crosby Saturday : WHY WAIT ANY LONGER TO BUY THAT 68 CAR'li
((3. Keep at it.It's night. -Served 12 years on the Board of County Com' : ,
,, wets Mr.called and Mrs.to Jasper Floyd due Crosby to missioners and 6 years as Chairman. i Spring is here. .vacation time will soon be here .-'

but it sure is re the death of Mrs. Crosby's -Believes that we,pay too much tax for what we: i and when you think of our fast loan action, "
not easy brother-in-law. Mac Henderson. get in return. I really! low bank loan rates, clearly-stated terms
We extend our sympathyto '
warding. Try. the family. i and simple monthly! paymentsYOU

Gainesville spent the weekend SHOULD GET A BANK AUTO LOAN NOWI-

y lx with Kelly.Mr..Misses Linda and Brenda QUALIFIES! HIM TO SERVE, TilE PEOPLE OFj It'll SUVA you mossy on the ovtr-all cost ol yaw tail

and Loan and Mrs. Rudy Sapp.I "
'Lrc7Sa'villus; and Mr. an 1 Mrs. Tiny Lovell I 1
/ e and son. Jimmy and Mrs. BOARD.
OF STARKE Myrtle Barnes attended the I., I I FL.ORIDA: I

218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 mule festival at the Coliseumin .

night; Jacksonville Saturday' Your Vote and Support '.:''BJtN'K : 1 .:r :Sr: "A 1 lt'K'.E' '

'Mrs. Loyd Padgett and Mrs ,
Over In Dividends Credited In The
; Rudy Sapp were In Gainesville Will Bo Appreciated

First Of 1968 Friday Member' Federal Deposit Insurance Corp..
Quarter Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Nor I ..
man and son of Jacksonville'attended One of 30 Banks of the Florida NationaJ'GrouD -
church Sunday and Ii IiI pd.( pot adv.
I ,were dinner guests of his par- ..,

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r'.r.:J ; \ '. : .. e VVwvr.vvv.v.vvmvvvv Sunday.
1/1111. .. : Colored;>>I, Citizens Mrs. J. O. Pons and sons
; I 'l 'I. Mr:.t., i r;
-' a ar.h ,r,,, I u '. ".. '' ..: NewsRECREATION LAWTEYBy and Franz" Schneider of Tan_.
hassee visited Mi's. Ports' par.

; \ ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E Red.<.< "

.1: \ ElIZa BlaDch.an1AA. dish, for the weekend.
Little League Baseball Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton
t 9tl'f; practice .A.AAAAAAAAAAA A of(
VJ( ere,Da We.Stand Now? will l start at 4 p.'m. Monday '- Jacksonville spent Sunday

\ April: 13. Boys, age 9--1S. HIGHLAND HOMECOMING with Mr. and Mrs p. L. DIn-

." / may sign 'Up at the Reno Recreation Homecoming at Highland kins. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din.
'Qj ej3A a_ nobility of man that home can be charged solely to the I.: ':";" 1' \ Center from. 4,, to 6:30: Baptist Church last Sundaywas kips and David of St. Augustine

t" sef.above considerations of am- man in the White House, they are. ('I .-r Monday 19 Friday" a /great success with 200 spent Sunday with Mr. ...
hiq( ?p'omp and, circumstance. incredibly naive, ,--"'" ... 'Girls softball. practice will or more in attendance. The and Mrs. DInkIns and her,

A4(.the :American people saw. it :, :... ;; start at 4 p, tn. Tuesday,' April pastor, Rev. James Walker, parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Carl
Ia0t niffht. in their President. "If the college students who 1_, 30, on the Recreation Play brought a fine message and a Carter.

have burned draft cards, defied the S 1. r -r ground.. Interested girls are bountiful picnic dinner was Mrs. B. L Wllltlson Sr. and

Thiav was the reaction of Qne very laws that govern the society 1 '1 t l1 inrted to take part in this enjoyed by everyone, along granddaughters Debbie and

newspaper The Nashville Ban- that protected them and their activity with good visiting. Among Sherri Napier, were visiting

nef> -:.- to the surprise announce- forefathers for 200 years believe 'ti : y ADULT EDUCATION other churches representedwere the girls' paternal grandmother ,

ment1 by President Johnson Sun- that they can elect ANY man'who l 1 AU'adulte'interested' in attending Lawtey First" Baptist at Mason Manor' in Jack

d4X.ni ht that he would not seek, can grant them immunity from 'classes are invited to Northslde, Evergreen Laura fionvllle on Sunday''afternoon,
and' apply at the VocationalTechnical Long Branch Clay Hill, and and Mrs.; Wallen _
;;would not accept the nomination paying a price for liberty, theyare Mr. \)
Center for Information. some of the Jacksonville and Mrs. Annie Stevens spent'"I
;of;;hta party for another term just plain stupid. '
President. Contact the- office'nightly.. churches. Sunday with Mr. and. Mr. A.
.... ., i t r The f the trainingon CHURCH ACTIVITIESGrace
------ "When Lyndon B. Johnson is purpose () C. Pearce.

"Lyndon Johnson has done what gone and the Kennedys, McCar- \ post-hlgh'achool level la to Methodist Sunday Sunday visitors of Mr. and
enable' you to obtain employment School, 9:45/a.: / m., Worship, Jr. '
hr honestly believes to be in the thys, Nixons, or whoever next 4ii Mrs. B. L. Wilklson were
1 bfistTtoterest} \ of this nation and carries the almost impossible burden after. completing high 11' a. m., Prayer Circle Monday her brother and sister-in-law
school, to take related train- 9:30: a. m. Bill Willis
its 1' Mr and Mrs. and
people. And in doing so, he of the presidency, we hope ing'while working, or to upgrade :First Baptist Sunday of Manor Oa. .

proved that }his love for his country those who mocked and derided one or to retrain for an oc- School 9:43: a. m.'., Worship 11 son Mrs. Al Sappenfield and her
t 'transcends! personal 'politicalbitlons man remember that no man. carries cupation or study for a dIplo- a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Training daughter Mrs. Dottle White,

so shockingly' mocked the magic wand that can bind t ( ma. Whatever your purpose, Union 6:30: p. m. Midweek and sons attended the mar-'

ft1(. !b)er sneering! contemptuous the world's wounds overnight."It ; the, vocational- technical and services Wednesday 7:30: p. m. rlage of ''Mrs. Sappenfleld'a'

ctf 4lpyalty of> many. members of is imperative, for the futureof other centers- are open for Church of God Sunday niece Miss Carolyn Wilde; to'' '

U 4 owz: ,,party." the country ..::.. for the futureof M I your service. School 10 a, m., Worship 11 a. Carson Mullls "'Jr. on Saturday,,'
SCHOOL'NEWS m and 6:30: p. m., YPEJ We4- '
mankind) that the next president Mrs, William Wilson 'ac- |
r;1 Banner's comment. was ty- i be accorded tin! measure of Spring vacation will startAPyU nesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer services companies by her sister, Mrs;;

'' of the almost unanimous 8 and end. Monday, April Friday 7:30: p. m. Jacqullne Odom of Jacksonville -'
wise for which his office
respect high l01t1h.m t tr' .
: and acceptance of:the Presi- 15 for students and teachers. Highland Baptist! Sunday has just returned rrbrii.l a ,
calls. lIe should not be followed r .
dtnt'motivea; and his sacrifice 1 loffe yti The regular PTA meeting School 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 trip to the Scandinavian.\ :' ,

of) personal! political ambition: instepping blindly without true and respectful Y p'H will be held Wednesday, April a. m. and 7:30: p. m, Choir countries. They visited point)

downto, prevent furtherlplnitAtjon dissent' but neither should he i rt r 17 at 7:30: for a Back-to- practice, 8:30: p. m. Prayer of interest) in Copenhaien

of 'the.:Vietnam war be subletted to 1 the< kind of vile School Night. AU parents and services' Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Drnmark, Sweden, and Olso,'
and blind attacks that Johnsonnas. interested educators are In- out to "
policy for poUtfcal'purp'oses.' Even wa : ) Our sympathy goes Norway
of. ." vited. At this meeting parents the family of William Plum-' :Mr. and Mrs. B. L. WllltJsontbad
some hisbitterest enemies in to 'I
will have the opportunity dinners
of Starke' who passed Sunday guests
both parties joined in the general As for The Telegraph's opinion, -. :Riff talk with their children's mer away last Thursday. We knew their as son-in-law and "daukh-1

praise' of the President for this our regret over the President's teachers about. 'the progress him 'as a boy growing up here. ter. Mr."and; Mrs.' O. 8. Wiggins -*"
momentous decision. decision will be softened only if it d. that has been made. .4
I Mr.; and"Mrs.''H. E. Priest and their son, Jimmy-\

-: A few< of the comments by some bears early, tangible results in Taking His Hat Out Of The RinerFARMER'S CHURCH NEWS Will and son Lamar. and Chuck Wiggins and'family, of Jacksonville :1
Bethlehem '
of-tha- nation's ending, or at least starting negotiations Greater Woy spent Sunday in Cedar. Mr. and Mrs Charles-1 .
leading newspapers toward the end of the Baptist Church Rev. Lewis Key with relatives. Wilklson: and family of Kings. T (

:, Vietnam war. If it does not, McKay pastor. Monday. night. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Olin ley Lake and Mr. and Mrs
1 and Ushers BoardNo.
DIARYgratulate Choir No.
Cleveland Plain Dealer: "Mr. then it is hard to see how our 2 will rehearse at 7:30.: were visiting Mr and Mrs. B. L. Wilklson Jr and. "I family

'Johnson: offered the greatest sac- position will)] be bettered by taking The Fair last week was a the Fair Associationon Tuesday night Choir No. 1 Merle Anson and Mr. and Mrs.

rtficehe, could to prove;, his sincerity guidance of the Ship of State huge success! While no attendance the show. As you know, the and 2 will rehearse at 5 p. m. Thomas Scott In,, Macclennyon V. S. Campanella I

Jri J the policy he has pursued from hands that have had 37 figures were available organization( is a nonprofitone Wednesday night Prayer Sunday Mrs. Anson and Services Held r

in the Vietnamese war years' experience in the intricaciesof at the time ot. writing 1 and the members are unpaid Meeting. Thursday night, Mr. Scott are Mr. Olin's i Iece

he ia staking'out his place in history governmental procedure, and this doubt column but that, there a newt was" recordfor no( f <1. and contribute their serv- practice! for the Easter pro- and nephew.Mrs. At Crosby, Lake, .

sincere desire i the relatively inexper- ices for the good of the county gram. Friday night. Prayer Janet Hamilton, who
on a for peace placing itin; attendance had been set, Victor S Campanella, &9, of

in Asia. ienced hands of any of those now and that the show was a fin- Band meeting. Sunday School has Olin been for visiting the Mr. and several Mrs. Graham died Sunday In the

considered frontrunners for the As indication 9:30: a. m. Morning Worshipat past Veterans Hospital at Tuskegee,
ancal success. as
St Paul That they have made pro- 6:30. weeks, has returned: to her
: "Presi! A 11. Evening Service, : 'War
nomination in either Fair Association treas- Ala. A veteran of World
party. of that
abrupt is attested home In N. Y.
dent Johnson's gress by a newsman Visitors always welcome. Wlngdale,
withdrawal ,
In Richmond
urer Cliff Hazen's face was II, he was born
,al I may save this nation from one As a matter of fact, reports creased with a big grin dur- who worked here years ago, Pleasant Grove Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raul- Calif. on Feb. 24, '1909 and

Of the most poisonous, depressing' from Saigon already: tell us of ing the closing days of the when our Fair was much Church, Rev. H.. P: Hudson erson were visiting' her Uncle was the son of the late Seco-
smaller. He looked around and Church School, 9:30: a. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs R. F."
and fears the South Vietnamese knows Sam pastor. Campanella
potentially disastrous political among event: and everybody McGarvey at the ado and Anna Q.
said amazed
treasurers! only he Was m with Leo DeSue in charge.. Tyson, !in Jacksonville' on Saturday lIe'' resident' of!
years in history. and Sen. Kennedy may win the that smile for faclltles. had been a
which brought rounds of applause growth of our fair Morning Worship at 11. Afternoon Visiting the Raulersons
nomination and later the election one teason. Graham for many years.
The Herald and that now we have one of service, 4 o'clock All officers on Sunday were his sister,
Miami : President I is brother
and scuttle the aid that the U. S. the best set-ups in this sectionof and members are askedto Mrs. Ruble Crews and daugh- Surviving one
Johnson's decision to take him One thing that accountedfor Mario Campanella, of Qra-
self has been giving them in their efforts In closing, we'd like to( con- the state. be present. ters of Glen St. Mary '
out of the ,running for the from the success of the show ham.
to keep their country that four days : Mt.' Plflgah AME Church, Mrp-and-Mrs. B. L. Wllkispn\
Presidency has been received this year was R :Funeral services.welld': -
Communist control. Such fears of fine weather and that Rev. George Young pastor. Jr visited her parents. at 10 .
as.the sincere gesture of a trou- Military Services For Blackshear a.
could well of School, 10 m. Morn-
bled generate a spirit helped to bring out the crowds.Of Sunday a. and Mrs. S E. French, !in graveside in Crosby Lake
patriot. ,
? hopelessness among the south course, the big reason, Victim Of Action In Vietnamin Ing Worship at 11. Evening/ Jacksonville. during the week. Cemetery with >Rev.(!. :Robert D.

The Florida Times-Union: Vietnamese that could adversely though, was the hard work: Service 6:30.: Mrs. J. E. Teston and chil- Burch officiating.. Arrange

Lyndon Johnson in the highest affect the course of the war. put in the show. by a numberof Full military honors were South Vietnam on March New Hope Baptist pastor.Church Sunday dren attended Homecoming at ments were in charge' of';De.
Rev. L. W.
sense laid his political life on the:! Oriental people have previously civic organizations, members accorded in graveside rites at 17 while engaged( in combat School 10 a. m. Morning Highland Baptist Church on Witt C. Jones Funeral, Home.

altar of sacrifice to shock his fellow shown tendency to switch political of the dozens o{ com- Kingslcy: Lake Cemetery Wednesday with an enemy force. Service at 11. Afternoon Service ------
l citizens into recognizing be- mittees and scores of vojun- afternoon for Specialist Born in Gainesville on Sep .
3 p. m.Greater
colors when their
fore it was forever too late the overnight teeis. Good weather helped, James Ouy Blackshear, tember 7, 1948, he was the Allen Chapel AME
dangerous cause seems threatened, and if but it was work that put the 19, who was killed: in action son of James M and Beverly L. A. Sampson
distance the nation has confidence in the U. S. should collapse the Fair over.Incidentally. Cady Blackshear, of Kingsley Church; Rev.
drifted Friday" night Love
from the course of honor vvvuvv.vvvvrnvvvvvvvvNEWS pastor.
Vietnamese might be Lake Besides his parents, he
many School,
and freedom marked out by the tempted to mawe whatever deal two of the is survived by one brother, 10 Feast, 7:30.: Morning Sunday Service at w
a. m.
Founding& Fathers. hardest working persons at ABOUT Thomas Emery Blackshear;
then can with the Communist to 11. The Masonic :Family will r
the Fair were Pete Novak, the his paternal grandmother,
The Jacksonville Journal : "If. protect their futures.If observe Palm Sunday at 2 p.
fair manager, and-Lll Bishop, Mrs. Thomas Raines Black-

the college students who so im- this should be the ultimate secretary for the Chamber of SERVICE MENu.uuua.u.u..a shear, of Montgomery, Ala.; m. All numbers and on are time.asked Busting to-
maturely danced.t and shouted for I Commerce. To them, the event be present
I effect of President Johnson's removal and three aunts. Mrs. Frank: service with Communion,
joy when President Johnson an- of himself from the cam- was a series of problems Foster, Miss Beatrice Cady, ,

nounced he was stepping down paign, any temporary good accomplished start to( finish, but they paved and Miss Flora Cady all of 6 OES p. m.NOTICEDell '

from the presidency believe that would be shortliyed.For equal to.the. occasion. : William Q. Cruce, son of Klngsley. Lake. Chapter 188 will hold

All of the country's ills will now Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Cruce Specialist Blackshear grad- its regular meeting tonight -A

be miraculously cured with the this reason, if no other we Speaking of credits, the of Route 1, Lawtey has been uated i from Bradford County) [Thursday] at 3 p.m. All

election of Sen. Eugene McCarthyor I hope that Vice President Hubert event Starke off Rotary to a good Club start got, with t1t'$! promoted to sergeant near High School\'St. Johns in 1966 River and Junior attended members art' asked to pleasebe By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marina

Sen. Robert Kitzingen Germany, where he and on time. Business
F. present
or any {Humphrey can be persuaded to the free fish fry which me '
en- ) is College 'In Palatka He joined: '
assigned to TIPS FROM:
candidate selected by the Republicans Battery C 3rd of vital importance.Rev. the fuel. Play it safe.
ter the race for the Democratic bers of the organization pant 1 Battalion of the armed forces in February. THE EXPERTS
3rd Infantry W. P. Franklin. WP; tanks should. be :removed
they not be
for and served. Appetites wer .
more \
nomination. We believe that he is I Division's 76th Artillery His 1967. and received basic trainIng Sister Alma Bacon, WM. A little know-how makes from the boat during refueling.
wrong all the because of
better sharper \ wife, Evelyn, is with him in at Fort, Bennlng, Ga. He boating safer and more enjoy. The difference between stop
equipped and more capableto delay, as Commissioner Doyle Germany. graduated as an honor student STORY HOUR able. The folks at Evinrude '
"If the college! students who performer and an average
guide through the Conner was late in getting second !in his class, in
us perilous LIBRARY have '
have acted disgracefully AT THE prepared the followingtips ( handling boat may depend on

the very appearance of Vice towards Presi- times ahead than either of the away from.Tallahassee.. Staff Sgt. Leozle Perry, son the U. S.'Army Paratrooper "Spring Has Sprung" will be on performance. safety where you store that extra autank I

dent Senators who considered of Mrs. Lucille Perry of Training Brigade at Fort Ben the theme for Story Hour this and handling. or the cold drink cooler
Hubert Humphrey Secre- are most We thought the quality of to the
} or Hampton, has received the nlng. and was assigned Thursday afternoon from 3:30: There are three and assorted If lea
common gear.
tary of State Dean Rusk believe likely to get the nomination livestock exhibited this year Airborne Brigade in
as Air Medal 173rd
at Tan Son Nhut to( 4:15: at the Public Library, causes of sluggish mid-season much gear Is stored In the
that the troubles'abroad and at matters now stand was outstanding. One reason Air Base in Vietnam. Serving Vietnam where he had served with Mrs. Shirley Andrews as performance fouled spark: stern, the boat will "squat"
for this the number of
-- was as an electronics warfare technician since last August. He receivedthe < storyteller. All children, 6 to : htefc rand
; a scum-covered boat the bow will ride too
. A Fine Fair, Even If A Bit Dusty fine entries calves by at youths the Calf who Scram-won he was decorated for received Purple in Heart action for last wounds octo- 9 are Invited.particularly bottom: or a damaged propeller. out of the water. Too mach< l

meritorious achievement In ri
ble and showed them in the Although these are not gear stored in the bow

Tooting our own horn just a bit, far it has come in the past few event. One of the big winnersIn Southeast Asia, and cited for ber.Funeral services: were held always the culprit, it's, smartto cause It to dig Into the water.
we would like to take notice this the Adult Division was A. outstanding airmanship and check'them first. A fouled Check your top speed and
years. at 2 Wednesday In St..Mark's to Peter Briggs,
courage on successful p. m.
Im- plug can be throt
handling full
year of another cleaned and :re- ability at
fine Bradford W. Shulz. president of the
Church of the SeniorCitizens'
These have not portant missions under haz- Episcopal who sponsored gapped or, better yet. replaced tle with the extra gear storedIn
Cat- .
County Fair and persons com- BradfordUnion County
Strawberry Fes '
ardous conditions. His wife which he wad a member. :Rev. booth. We hope he with
a new one. A boat different
bot- places.
tival. The berries were scarce plained about the dust and no tlemens Association, who scor- Arheza; (18 the' daughter Fred O. Yerkes" and Rev. AllenR. will visit us at one of our. tonj covered with

but our county officials, the agriculture person who had anything to do ,ed high In both cattle and Mrs. Dora M. Frazier of Route Price were the officiating meetings sometime. rine growths mould scum'be or scrub-ma- The wheels and wheel trailer bearings are
on boat
people, Fair Association, with the arrangements of the fine avglhedivt5lons.:!. 2. Starke. ministers. Arrangements'were Many new Senior Citizensare bed clean. A marine dealer ,subjected your to some pretty rugged

and Chamber of Commerce, did a effort this year has received any- The male hogs that were in in charge of DeWitt C. Jones Joining our club since we can repair minor nicks on 4 use. A periodic check of

fine job of putting on an excel thing but praise. the ring >as finalists} in the Pvt. Arthur L. Holliday, son :Funeral Home. are meeting In the afternoon. propeller and also check the the wheel bearing grease
lent four of of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Holli- Medicare Kits can be obtainedat Pitch of the ..blades.
days entertainment: But the dusty conditions .. Adult Division acted fretful, wheel lugs and tire pressure
the Questions on
prevailing day Starke meetings. '
education, 'and display of Bradford's at the busy fairgroundsthis and for a time it looked a pay and disbursing
talent and products. the Duroc and the Hampshire engine performance. Don't Tool kit items can be )lost\
year, and in years past, have course at the Army Finance" and will be answered. '
CITIZENS chances'
would fight it out with hoof with hard-start- or misplaced during the sea-
From a tent and mud affair ten been noted as a problem that School Benjamin Harrison, With the change of seasons ing excessive
and tusk smoking fouled to
but the handlers or son. Take a few minutes i 4
needs to be Ind.! During the eightweekcourse NEWS we will soon be preparing for
years ago, the fair has come a long corrected. It would managed to keep' > them apatt.: : spark plugs. Discard 1 this make sure you have. the Ied
way, with its present'perm nent enhance the exhibits and enter- he\ also received Instruction our picnics. fuel. Correct fueling'methodsare lowing/ aboard at all times:
will be
Our next meeting
buildings costing some 150000.: tainment that so much. work goes Friday night 'a" quite different ply ,regulations.Pvt. business. law and Twenty-one Senior Citizens held at the Pratt St. Recrea- also important. For the Spark plugs plug wrench adjustable

Into. contest c: was staged'In were awarded 17 blue ribbonsand tion 9 best mixture, half of the fuel wrench, friction UP* .,.
Center Tuesday, April
The fair today is an areawide whlcfi! the 11 finalists in the Holllday( received his '
four red ribbons for their should: be added spare propeller and propeJl1'nut
event, going beyond the boundaries Perhaps wood chips could be putdown beauty>pageant competed for B. S. degree in 1967 from display of handicrafts and at 1:30: p. m.Joe recommended then the cotter and shear. plnA

of this small county. Attend- on the midway and in the the title of Strawberry Queen. William Carey College In Hat- hobbles at the. Bradford. Coun- Kerrigan and amount of oil screw driver and your owner
then 'remaln
ance this year set yet another all- livestock buildings, then swept When JoAnn Scott of Camp tiesburg, Miss. ty F.alr.: the er of manual.

time record. The<< fair Blanding emerged as winner, The winners Allen -
; gets : after were Mary -
away the fair '
# as is done at the Kerdictwis! ii cbeeredby the Master. Sgt. Julian Jane
Drlscoll. Marian
every year as improvements are some places. We urge the Fair overflow crowd In the livestock. Robinson, brother of Mrs. Drlscoll Thelma Farr .Alma OR1bqo The Bradford
made, and our officials Wllhelmenia Brooks, Starke, County
continually Association officials to look for a pavilion. Spectators agreed Hough, rora' Orlder, Lilly Telegraph
strive to exceed, their previous solution that the girls were all charming recently arrived for duty at Johnson. Anna McBwan Helen p ESTABLISHED 1879'E.
as they plan the 1969 :McOulre Air Force Base in
lsorts. and, talented, and that the M a
e McManus Alex Morton, Emma : L. MATTHEWS'
New.Jersey. He
event. contest Is now assigned Editor and
was an excellent one. Morton Al Nichols. Flos" PublisherFlorida'
j-But as a supply superintendentin 0 0
..l .
aa more people attend the We sie Prescott Harry Rosen- ilea Oldest Weekly Newspaper
are certain that unit of Published
the a the
next Military AIr- Contlnouily
'lair The,rnaster, of ceremonies at shine, and Yola Vaster all Under .
each year.a.little: .91 The Same
more dust one will be "better than ever," the contest, Qprrol Lamb ,.of. lift Command, and was previously blue ribbons. Mary Allen Jane la Masthead.

':'} lcked up. :This is the one.adverse especially if the same kind of Doyle Conner's .$staff did..an 'AirBase stationed in at Tachfkawa ;'.{ Driscoll Dorothy Kerrigan Published each Thursday and entered

comment that has been dedication and hard outstanding jqt of keeping Japan. and Joe'Kerrigan received red at Starke. as Second Class Matter at the Post Office
work Florida
made by ]local people who visited goes into things moving, and enterfaln- A 1935 graduate of RJE ribbons.A under Act of March 3rd, 1379. ,
it as has been put forth ,HIgh School Sgt. Robinson -
Ing with nd'
by our songs jokes.:He
the sincere vote of thanks is Subscription 10 trade area: 1
fairgrounds and has also year, $4,SO
realize how officials and residents also did some Impersonations completed a tour of lor ; 6 months, $2.50
this given the Outside trade
year duty !In! Vietnam. Zone Merchants Mid-way Group FUn and Area: 1 year, $$3.00; 6 months $2.75

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'YYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYY Mrs. Minnie Johns, visited by President Johnson we are said. I bases, the special rates for I nam and other overseas bases "PAL" while the air parcel I which provides surface trans- ten the patron's best buy: for
Mrs. Hersey's sister. Mrs. Bet- now airlifting more than 75 I! The eight page pamphlet Illustrates books and similar educational from major U. S. cities and rate for the same package iss.oa. portation to the port of embarkation :jthrough airlift service", thepamphlet
ty Blair In Perry Sunday. cent of all mall going to materials and how to mall .
THERESSA per I three services for pointers on the correct way to $ Postmaster Hazen said. ,- and airlift overseas.A -
Miss Jan Searle was the the military and women sound-recorded personal mess- address suggests.
men airlifting parcels at rates theI military mall. On parcels weighing less four-pound SAM package toa
overnight/ guest of Miss Kim stationed abroad. "We hope!I ; ages. The guide also provides rMIMEO
I afford the A family sending 10-pound European military post from
By Dorothy Mills average family can a than 5 pounds it might be
Phone <473-4518< Johns at Hampton Friday this guide will help more families I I I speedy service now availablefor I'' parcel wrapping instructions, package from Starke to Vietnam more advantageous for a fam- Starke costs only 85 cents. On \ STENCILS, and Ink.
dinner of Mrs.
The birthday
'I' information on the time it
Price Fisher waa celebrated be familiar with these newspapers and newsmagazines for example, pays only ily to use the older [SAM] packages weighing under 'two Duplicating machines and
TYYTYYTYYYYYYYYY'I"YYl Sunday with a family dinner services and use them," he to most overseas takes parcels to reach Viet- $3.40 on a package marked Space Available Mail Service, pounds, air! parcel post'Is 'of/,'supplies. Bradford CountyAl

HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH at' her home: Those present -
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; besides Mr. and Mrs. Fisher
Morning Worship 11 a. m.; were Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Training Union 6:30: p. m.; Onann and family; Mr. and I
Evening Worship 7:13: p. m. Mrs. Truman Dickinson and
'"y.. Wednesday evening Prayer children. Eddy, Chuck and I I r rI ri
Service begins at 7:30: p. m. Chantel!; Mrs. Chester Searle
with choir practice following and children. Jan and Duane: i I
the service. Mrs. Florence .Johns and I 1
BIBLE CLUB Grady Williamson.
The Bible Club, for grades Congratulations to Ronald : I r /
1 through 6 meets Monday Joe Hall 'showing the male I 0 A '
afternoons after school. grand champion swine in the
WEDDING PLANS county swine! competition at
Miss Alma Akridge, daughter the Bradford County Fair. ._"_ '
of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Ak- Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan
ridge of Starke, and Merle I.. of Palatka spent the weekend :
Packham Jr., son of Rev. and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. b ,
Mrs. Merle Packham, will be Cleveland Sullivan; their son, ,
united In marriage Saturday Percy Sullivan Jr., and fam- \2 IFOOO I
evening April 6, at 8 o'clockIn Uy, and her sister Miss Dor- .- _
Hope Baptist Church. A othy Mills. Friends will be -
reception will be held at the glad to know that the eye inJury -
church\ annex. All friends and sustained by Percy Jr. :
relatives are Invited to attend on Friday Is healing well. v '' .
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills a
COMMUNITY HOUSE Jr. and children Lori Jason FAIR '
Community residents of all and Todd, of Jacksonville 1 I..
ages! are welcome at the recreation Beach were Sunday evening :1 I O.R' A S'.T"COLORS''
period every Monday visitors of their aunt. Miss '
evening at the Theressa Com-I. Dorothy Mills.
LY E''
munity House, beginning at 7 Mrs. Merle Packham returned SIRLOIN.ATU
o'clock. to her home Mondayand .
SOFTBALL TEAM Is doing well after spending -
':l01I'. irrhereesa will be represented several days In Bradford USLTA
a| the recreational league at County Hospital in Starke. Siaelpy
Itarke this season by .a men's' Best wishes for a speedy recovery CHOICE I .
Xfftball team sponsored by: go to Mr. Donald Law- PHASE: I' 1! '

... ftiest Construction Co. The i rence, Hope Church member t".i fvro ,, '' .
4, fae Jason Park opens In April Starke.9 at FutureSues West I from Keystone at Heights his home, who following Is- ,I !.' t 1MId/! "UL un'' .2' ,
recuperating .
w'1 IOU DOR .
\ 8rftlllyo, .9. 8"I', I 9" 3. 9 9EW
:flOra of Information this column concerning will give in the breaking a recent of fall both resulting heels. Dud 'fa n4w, 10"-1\11 = I I .1,, 11' : l

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ordinances to qualify for the- will sponsor a teen dance this .USPII. Only after full compllance .. Florida Artists To Compete month public assistance payments upon for Bradford receipt of CounlFlorida.proof/ of publication -. Florida;lIarD../ Brown, S11T J.,.

Cigarette Tax new tax. Such an ordinance, Friday night at the Recreation with all program provisions .: for the entire state de of till, nollw. the Ixxtg floiltloa sIlo Temple| owner.Dgtd Avenue. Ktiirke Florliln,

i Revenue HikeIs which, must be effective April' Center [old armory] or are the particIpating For Oi Wildlife Stampartist creased. The March.total received : Mutvl.* uml imrnv. .'.r wlili-li of, Flax, T am engaged tills 25th day of March 1
Drawing ,i statewide was $6.944- at Starke Bradford
North Temple. The MagiC farmers considered eligible for In bimlneRH at U.S. aOL, A.L 1888
1. has already been passed '
Florida. 3-28 tt
Estimated of 4400.575 limits, Starke. County
the City of Starke. Circle of Leesburg, will play: program benefits. 277, a I' North edge city
for dancing from 8:30: tt Mrs. Chapman reports thai Florida artists will again awarded a three year from February. I
Florida's new 15c cigarette midnight. Admission $1.25. Intended participation' In the have the opportunity to have subscription to the magazine State funds covered $1.407-

tax Is expected to net the City RECREATIONNEWS I EASTER EGG HUNT 1968 feed grain program Slate", their wildlife:! art displayed plus a cash prize of $50.00. 164 of the welfare .'payments Serving Florida
i#. .of Starke an Increase of over wide exceeds last Second and third' place win-
SET FOR FRIDAY year's par throughout the Nation. as the while matching Federal funds 1950
30.000 In revenue and the tlelpntlon. Figures released toj will also be displayed In covered the : i
The annual citywide Bastes Game and Fresh Water Flail ners remaining $5,537-
(( county for the first time will Egg Hunt will be held Friday; the SCS office In Gainesville Commission conducts Its see the magazine and artists will i 87fs a &AI. .ghlI;
1 realize an estimated show that 7,127 farms enrolled receive two and one subscriptions 112.A
-S\ $5.3'77'1 JVIPN'S SOFTBALL April 12 divided into three ond "Wildlife ManagementArea year further statewide break-
according to figures ana intend to divert 208.::>83 to Florida Wildlife. .. .. .. .. ..
'," PRE-SEASON TOURNEYThe age groups. Pre-school age Stamp Contest. down shows that Old age assistance .. ., OW' .".. ..
Beverage Department. Men's 1968 Softball sea and grades 1, 2. 3 will hav acroi frn;' feed grain production The winning design will bused All entries should be sub payments totaling
Cities beginning April 1. In 1908. Under the 1967 '
son got underway this !week their hunts at 10 a. m. at WestSide on the 1968-69 wildlife( mitted to the Game and FreshWater $3.349488 went to 76.977 persons -
'will .
get lie on each pack of 6,532 participated.The ,
with a pre-season tourney Park, the new Softball program management area stamp. Fish Commission, ':Department in the state ,in March, Mrs. Carolyn Cordially
inside the
cigarettes sold corporate -
; starting Tuesday night. field located behind the new county office managei Wildlife management area I-E Tallahassee. I aid to families with dependent -I
limits an increase of The opening game mattedup Vocational School. Grades 4, explained that the annual diversion stamp Is required for hunting Florida 32304, on' or before children totaling 2237.! Eaves Welcomes,
3c pack, Counties will Iy
per all have the
two newcomers to the 5 and 6 wUl hunt at Wainwright programs on Florida's wildlife manage April 19.Last 600 went to 147,579 person aid Representative
share In the tax for the first basic objectives that In,,
league Brooker Recreation Park on Church St.,, same ment areas and must be attached year's winning designwas to the blind totaling $152,324 Ph. 961-5812 You and Your
time receiving 30 on each to help reduce the surplus commodities
pack sold within its boundaries Department and Trlest Con- starting at 11 a. m. involved thus stabilizing to the hunter's license. submitted by Richard E. went to 2.871 pei-sons. and aid 122 N. Bay St Family to Your

but outside a municipality. struction Co. of Keystone WOMEN'S SOFTBALL, farm prices while at the There are no requirementsas Younger of Fort Myers and to permanently and totally Stare New Home

During fiscal 1966-67 the Heights. ACTION TO STARTAt same time assuring consumers to subject, except that the illustrated three bobwhite disabled totaling $1.209.167

City of Starke received $'78.351in The second game saw defending the organizational softball of an ample supply of food and subject should represent Flor quail In flight against a went to 23,879 persons.
league champion meeting for women held at ida's game animals or birds. The State of FloridaIt
cigarette tax. The 3c Increase fibre products at reasonable wooded background. Young- In addition to welfare ,
Garden Restaurant, go up Recreation Office last week, it prices. Artists are urged to use their er's design was titled "Head I checks inany recipients also:'
Is expected to net the
against Noegel's. was decided that the Women's imagination to create a suit ing for Cover." benefit fro- medical 'services Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
$108.797 in fiscal 1967-68
to the Beverage De according Tourney action resumed tonight Softball League will open witha 17 Woods Fires able design for wildlife man purchased. for them,.by the I To Acquaint You With Your City.
[Thursday at 7:30: p. pre-season tourney Friday, agement area stamp. All entries County Payments Welfare DepartmentBospttalisation ; -'
partment's estimates. takes a.nd Sunday April Past Week should be submitted, on
m. when Owens Joist on Saturday During prescribed med
Brooker is expected to receive with, and tr you are new in the area, a phone
the winner of the Brooker- 20 27 28. white paper or art board For Assistance icine servIces go to recipients
$5,746 of $1,608.Hampton In 1967-63. an Increase Trlest game and a 9 p. m. The regular league schedule Seventeen woods fires which black half-tone or line draw- Total $44,842 In each of the above categor-1 I call will bring you a prompt visit
game will pit the losers of will start Monday. May 6. All burned 120 acres were reported ing and five inches high and
Is expected to go Tuesday night action.Doubleheaders games this year will be playedat during the past week March seven inches long. assistance payments ies and nursing home"pare Is I from your local hostess. Please give
to $3,188, an increase of $891. will be play- West Side Park I new soft- 18-24, by the Florida Forest The winning design! will be Public purchased for'the agedthe

Lawtey should get a $2,511 ed at 7:30: and 9 p. m. Friday ball field! on Monday and Servce.| featured In Florida Wildlife totaling $44,842 went to 1,343 blind, and disabled. I her a call! She has maps and many
Increase in cigarette tax revenue -, Game time has been 92 winning persons In Bradford county
There reported
and Saturday nights, April 5- Friday nights. magazine and the I
going from $6,465 In:' 6. with tourney finals scheduled 7:30: and 8:30: p. m since ,Ian.,1 this year comparedto I during March, according to a NOTiriO OF_\-TF.VfrlON: *' TO free and wonderful gifts for you

1966-67 to an estimated $8- for 8 p. m. Monday. All The league will be open for 651 over the same period In report by the State Depart-, RRfllMTRH FICTITIOUS NAME from local buginesses.SENATOR .
976 In 1967-68. games will be played at West teams to enter until April 15. 1087. '4 Acres burned to date ment of Public Welfare In Notice In hel..I1)Klv,1t. / that
Keystone Heights is expected Individual this total 734.5 comparedto Attend Record the und.r.lgned under the provisions -
Side Park mew field! behindthe After that date, : year 'i of Bertlon 865.09. FIorlIa -.I
to realize an increase of Vocational School. players may still participateon 627.15 over the same perIodIn Jacksonville Statue 165 will rllJINtel'with l |
7083. going from $13.192 last schedule team but no 1967 For the third straight( the Circuit Court In and
The regular season an organized
year to $25.278 in 1967-68. will open Tuesday April 9. team will be accepted after There!) was very little rainfallover Set At Fair

In a letter to Florida's sheriffs with a doubleheader scheduledfor the deadline. the county during the i I

police chiefs, county 7:30: and 9 p. m. Noegel'sand The next meeting for the I II I week. The Louis 11111 Tower at Attendance at the Brad-

commission chairmen, and Brooker will meet in the I Women's League will be held Lawtey reported one-tenth of ford County Fair which CROSS promotes
mayors, state .Beverage Director first game followed by Owen at the Recreation Center I old an Inch while the New River wound up Its annual four-day

Don Meiklejohn asked for Joist vs Garden Restaurant armory] Monday, April 15 at and Santa Fe towers had no stand Saturday exceeded, the

assistance In enforcing: the Each of the five league teams 7:30: pm. All team entry fees measurable! rainfall. 40.000 which was a new record -

:new cigarette tax and offered will play a 12-game schedule must be accepted at this time. set in 1967, according to
to help train any of their officers which must be Welding ClassRegistration
during the first half. The roster of players Fair Manarer Pete Novak. I
in cigarette law enforcement will end May 23, Just before turned in at the meeting on "We had an attendance of

the big annual Invitational Anrll" 22.BANTAM. 15.000 on Friday alone," he EDUCATION
The beverage! depnrt-nent, Tournament. :: BOYSREGISTRATION Now Under WayA KuU, "and I'm sure the total CRISIS

rector said. ,"Everyone Men's League frames will be I for the four days broke the
lose if bootleggers are dl-// played on Tuesday and Thursday All boys ages 10. 11, 12 who revised program for welding record set by last year's/
to gain a large portion of nlllh!& Admission is free plan to participate in the classes'.at Santa Fe Junior :: event."

market. This bas'been the to; the public and everyone is Bantam Boys Baseball pro- College has resulted in Begin- The midway manager reported -
case In New York since it Increased invited to attend as many gram must register with the ning Welding classes starting he had the beat \'
Its tax. Authorities games as possible and see, live Recreation Department no earlier than scheduled!, it was single Friday day's operation of his Lack of enlighUd leadership In the UgUlature and in the Florida Educa- ,

there estimate they now lose P"tlnn softball. later than Saturday April 13. announced this week. 18 years experience In Florida, lion Aisoclation permitted the itat '. educational situation to get t soot <

$60 million eaoh year to cigar- THE MAGIC CIRCLE Plans are to begin league play Openings!! still exist in the Novak said, backing up his of' hand that the teacher walkout resulted. FEA leadership, for their
ette smuggling." TO PLAY FOR DANCE and to end the season '
April 22. class taught by Mack O'Berry
estimate of attendance. own special Interests, promoted the walkout by convincing the FEA )
Cities must \also pass new The Starke Recreation Dept. on or before July 4.y'yyyyyyyvyVVVVVV. which meets each Tuesdayand The 1968 Fair was the first
_ -- --- --I I Thursday from 7-10 p. of the six in which he has membership that ( I ) sanctions should be employed; ((2)) resignations

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home V V V' m. in the Manpower Training participated with which he should be signed in advance and (13)) the walkout should be timedto

Building, 25 S. E. 2nd Place I has been satisfied Novak said strand children In class..,
HAMPTONBy just west of the old post office terming It tremendous."

STARKE PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE building. Exhibitors also were pleased I

Mrs. Mary William Interested persons should with the huge turnout at the ,
HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3178 ,
contact the Division of Con fair, Novak said. SENATOR CROSS AIDED AND ABETTED THE FEA LEADERSHIP
Rental Services .AAAAAAAAAAA tinuing Education at SantaFe "A local store which had a \

Randy Brown won 1st prizeof telephone 378-5311' extension booth said it was the best.promotion AT EVERY TURN Consider these facts from his record:
last 43 or 44 or'report to effort In which the "
Division] .
Thursday night at the Brad the next class session. store had ever participated." .
CRUTCHES ford County Fair talent show. The show was also a financIal .: 1. June 9. 1967.-. .nato"Ctos, cost the only vote In the entire Senate i

I He played the guitar and sang 'No Grazing' success, Novak said, for favorable to the sanction* that the FEA leadership promoted. 1

"I Know One" and his 'own the Bradford County Fair Association I
Period Near For
original composition "Just a : a non-profit organ- :ki. August 8, 1967-Senator Cross spoke in the Senate against banning
Dreamer." Randy Is the son Diverted Acres ization which owns and operates .
sanctions and also voted the ban.
L. the facllltes. against .
GAINESVILLEBusiness of Mr. and Mrs.: Emory .' .\ .
be '' -
Brown. Farmers are reminded that A financial report will 1

Sgt. and :Mrs. Roy Morgan the "no grazing" period for made later by Cliff Hazen. 3. February 20, 1968. :-After' teach.r'.alkout' '. was called i by the "
arrived last week for a few diverted acres under the 1968 Fair Assoc. treasurer. .
I FEA leadership, a bill was cW enled| to permit' local school boards
days with Mr, and Mrs. D. W. feed grain program will start Novak said he wishes to _
Directory Johnson. They have been stationed April 1, and will continue for thank all persons and organIzations .. '. to ,Uso Sllblht.ut.teacher S.nJor! Cross: was ll). only man in either \

at Ft. Knox. Ky. Roy the following five months un- who worked to make .. Senate or hoes to vole ogotntt tbe bin, which the FEA leadership

will leave this week for Colorado til September 1. the fair a success and the otwally opposed. -; -

-------- where he will train for Leaton Morgan Jr., ChaIr- public for its patronage. I ,
AUTO SALES I MEN'S WEAR months and will leave Agricultural Stabilization '
_ : three man 4. February 26 1968 Senator Cross praised the demonstration
In July Mrs. ]I
I Vietnam Conservation County
for and : $8,380 In FoodDistributed *
Morgan will reside in Jack- Committee explains that far- backing the FEA leaders' .

_I -OLDSMOBJUB! Stanley Blacker Coats I sonville. mers who are diverting acre- Here
_ SALES ft SERVICE Marcelene Campbelland [tsl]
S Arrow Drewi Shlrte! :Mrs. age under the program During: February
_ fine Selection of Used Can arrived last Saturday -
family have agreed not to graze the
Puritan Sweaters THE'FEA f
Patem Jackets from Washington. diverted acres during a specific Food:! with a wholesale valueof ,
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 Ladles They will reside with her five-month period of the $8,380 was dlstrlDuted to
mother Mrs. Clifford growing season and not to needy persons in' February
1 CRANELINVOLNMERCVRY 2 Store IS W. University until her husband is able to harvest a crop from diverted( through Bradford County's
and Gainesville Mall I join her.Buddy. acres at any time during",the'' commodities program accordto \ TORY ACCOMMODATION THAT7MIGHT; HAVE HEADED OFF THE TEACHER
Antliorteed "talee & 8 rvl Roark arrived at the the State Department of .

-' 2201 N. Main Ph. 372-4373 Naval Air Station last week year.Farmers participating In the Public Welfare In Jacksonville.. .WALKOUT. ,
MOBILE HOMES I and was able to come and .3
Conservation Reserve Crop- Food was given to 1,298 re-
_ Crane Imports spend the weekend with his land Adjustment Program cipients. 4 1

Volvo MO Austin Heale MUSTANG parents Mr. and Mrs. B. W. have agreed not to graze land Wholesale value of food dis- .

_ 600 E. University, Gainesville Roark. diverted under these programsor tributed statewide In Febru- PECK
Phone 372-4251 Mobile Homes, Inc. Mrs. Henry Johnson of As- harvest any crops from uch ary was $640,811' to 133.670 .ED says :

tor Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. land during the life of the recipients.The 1
Beauty Academy GalnesvfUe'e "DiaeotiBt Mobil D. W Johnson this week. agreements. p
I Home Sale Lot. foods included dry

POWELL'S I ISignups I Fifty-five county farms beans. butter cheese. corn- IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE OF :
Grain J
NEW MOON APELLA Feed signed up to participate in the meal, flour, lard canned chopped ,
I Beauty Academy As lOW as $100 down. 1988 commodity diversion meat dry milk peanut '

Learn a Profession In Tour 4820 N.W. 13th 378-1346 I program for corn. butter rice rolled oats andwheat 'y LEADERSHIP IN BOTH THE FEA !

Spare Time. Full or Part Time grits raisins, and split ::
219 XAV. 10th 8'782'786ELEM'RIC ReportedBradford AND THE LEGISLATURE j
Office Equipment BIC PENS. Ball Point Re peas.Persons receiving food aid '
MOTORS flits Bradford County Tele- I
County farmers' were the unemployed and low 4-: -4 1

ELECTRIC Hancock OfficeEquipment participation Intentions, under graph. Income families migrant Instead of serving. the special Interests of the FEA leadership, Ed Peck pledges to keep an open

Motor Repair Co. the 19(58( voluntary diversion CLASP ENVELOPES, all workers and families receiving mind on school problems 'and to work for the benefit of all Interested parties in seeing that the 1
and price support programs for alien.: Bradford County Tele social security benefits or
Of Gtvlneevtile Inc. feed grain were repoited.l thUWWIV : graph. public assistance grants. problem does not again get out of bond'Realizing: thQt leaching is an honorable profession demanding ;

RepairingRewindIngNew Smith-Corona Auth. Dealer ....._.. ."3... 4t U.. ..o.aT..n.. flh.itrnsnuJ v*..** ...- ... deep understanding Ed Peck advocates LONG RANGE PLANNING OPEN COMMUNICATIONS \
and Used Adding Clary Machine-Victor'-TotaOte Cacu1atorsSALF3ERVRERNTALB ASCS county ;office manager. I BETWEEN THE LEGISLATURE AND THE TEACHERS THEMSELVES, PROPER FUNDING !
2818 N.W. 10th Ph. 372-8318 The Blen.-up ended recently at NEED READY CASH?

Farm and Industrial) total of 55::> farms signedan AGAIN BE1 NECESSARY.

Equipment 0238 N. Main Ph. 376-5531 Intention to divert 1,438 Come See Us!!' I I
from of feed
acres production tt'
Santa Fe Tractor, grains during 1868. TheRe )

FORDFarm PAINT & GLASS farms may earn diversion pay- 31Z" tfL" We make loan for If "l'----'f \:" 'T .
Tractors A Implements] ments on 1,018 acres and will '7u ; I ... .--
USED EQUIPMENT Liddell Paint & be eligible for price support any worthwhile purI # : Join for Real
the Crusade
l 1:
BALES PART SERVICE on their production of feed< 42" 4 pose. :
4488 N.W. 6th 376-2548 Glass Co. grains on the base average not '(o..... -r -
1 $25 to $600 ,
diverted under the program. : -
Glass-Mirror* Siloing' Door- }
GARDEN SUPPLIES The maximum acreage that :_. 'I ELECT
Tub Enclosures-Shower Door any rm can: divert Is 50 per p DO YOU HAVE .
Johnson& Paris, Inc. FurnIture TopoWlndowsWindowsAwning, cent of the farm's feed grain ; I"
Complete Line of bats and at least 20 per cent j; j -Too many payments ." ., ,

SEEDSPLANTSIuIleCUcldPet must be diverted to participate. to make? I!
116 N. W. 16th 372-8191
SuppUeeFERTILIZERS Under the program, participating ',
farmers agree to limit | -Too many bills to

We Rent Fertilizer Spreader* 'I I their 1968 production of the f pay? Ii

221 N.W. 8th i'h. 372-0478 !SEWING' MACHINES feed grain crops to the base -'loo "many taxe ED PECK

acreage not diverted. They I
LADIES: WEAR National Sewing must also maintain the diverted : coming due I

acreage In approved I
L Cherry's Machine Co. Inc. It
vatlon uses. No crop '
harvested from the conaer-I Let Us Help With Your Money I'

OAlaecrllle"Address Moat For Ladle FashlonaHe PfaffNew Home- NclcoINeil acreage during the Problems ___ STATE SENATOR ,Dist. 7 J

J J) ..DjSE8St11T8JOA'I'S and IkpscssedSale..Itrpafri and It may not be used for I: C r ,
_ MATERNITY WEAR grazing 'between March 31 and I .
All Make "
a ACCESSORIES September 1. In addition thefarm's TOWN FINANCE CO. (raid Political Ad)
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normal amount of other II
611 W. "Unlverilty 378-1354 -
Two" Stores: 7 University Ave., conservation use acreage must I 226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449
and Gainesville Mall I
J .I be maintained In conserving f

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. V W VVYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy- V "VVVVVVVVVVVVVf1VVVVV4 I Sheriff MurrheeDraws' Republican Fire College Rep. Fuqua Attacks U. s. : .

Keystone Hilites MEL INDIAN BEACH Under I
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V I Opposition From Harold Haglund Fiscal Policy At Co-op Meeting
Regina Schuber V By ,Joyce Itow.IV&AAAAAAAVAAAAAAAAAAA. (Lab ato Fe) At Keystone
Please Phone In Your Items 473-3067 BI JUcIIaeI 0. CW1t7Ph. -

a'fW171AA& Clay County Sheriff ''Jen- Marcy, all Democrats The Annual Fire College. It Is time to bring some Ray Starnes of Keystone
Miss Carol I Rothhammer was flings Murrhee now In the last For Judge of the small conducted by the State FIre rationality back to the nation's Heights
WOMAN'S CLUB HOLDS at 2 p. m. at the Municipal on the Vean's List a.t Little Greetings, reader. ThIs year of his first term office, Claims Court, incumbent College of Ocala. Is being held fiscal program, U S. Rep. Don General Manager E. T. Mar..
LUNCHEON MEETING Bulldlng. Rock pniversty for the fall week, due to technical dlffi.cultles. tailed to draw a Democratic James Norton will be opposed this week at Keystone Fuqua told the annual meeting tin introduced Ed Wiggins

Charles Wimer, director oZGraphtc DUPLICATE BRIDGE semes r. She was one ofi my secretary mother) opponent in the May prlmar- by Republican Ralph Thomas, Heights, from 7 to II) p. m.. 01 the Clay Electric Ca- one of the founders 01 the
Arts at the Florida The Duplicate Bridge Club twenn>-four students at LRU 18 doing the typing for me. I lee, but .will face Republican Orange Park attorney with approximately 25 volun- operative last 'l'11ursday co-operatlve, and A. a: Lou-
State Prison spoke on the, sponsored by the Woman's tOIIIS1L: the semester with I was on the dock Sunday and oppostlon In November, Supervisor 01 Elections Sam teer firemen enrolled in .the March 28. den, who served as general
"Rehabll1tatlon of Inmate8" Club, meets every Monday straight "A's". when I tried to turn my HarokL.HagluncL of J'lerning Saunders drew opposition 15- at the monthly luncheon of'' night at Municipal Bulldinlf. iMIss Rothhammer was also wheelchair around I tumed It laland a member of the from another Democrat, Ray The week of instruction with the dollar eaten Up' yean
the Keystone Heights Woman's. Play begins promptly at 7:30.: one of thh.ty-two students at too far. I grabbed hold of the' Clay. County.'Zoning Comnils.sloflqualified Bradley. will be concluded Friday night by Inflation. Miss .Toy Jones, Miss Florida
.ClUb in the Community Winners for the March 25 .LRU selected by RadIo Station wheel to stop It and caught as'a candidate District 2 School Board incumbent when the volunteers will give OVer 4.000 persons turned Rural Electrification. attended,

Church educational building meeting were: 'KARK of Little Rock to be my hand in the spokes, twisting for sherUl.oz the Republican J. Glenn Allred will a demonstration of firefightIng out for the event, highlighted the meeting and was intro..
Tuesday, March 26. 1stMr.. L. Kyle and Mr.S. saluted on the Sta.tlon's. it. As luck would have It ticket..Halrlund ran.for Coun- be opposed by Republican I at the Keystone Airport. by Fuqua's talk and the re- duced.
Mrs. David Nelson, club LaCoste, 70 points i: "Great Young Americans" it was my left hand and I am 'I, Commlssoner( In 1966 as a Charles Manhart; and DIstrict Techniques will be shown on election of the Co-oP' District Last year's youth, tour win-
president welcomed members 2nd-Mr. and Mrs. A. Bach 1 trustee Richard Murrhee of ner's, contest sponsoored by
program throughout the lefthanded So your rolllnrr Democr"t : but changed registration 4 incumbent Leon Baxley has extinguishing a burning building a
and guests, and Mrs Axel mann, 61 polnte. V: spring semester. Each student reporter will have to slow UPon since that time. Democratic opposition from and also fighting an oU Keystone Heights.Murrhce the co-op.were present and
Malmgren the InvocatIcn. 3rd-Mr and Mrs. 1"". Tolles.6OVa collected 935 votes Introduced. Winners were Miss
gave will be saluted in spot announcements the fishing for awhile, and onlY Robert Williams. .
The Clay courthouse
points. throughout the typing, and eating I oW.clal County Democra.tlo District 1 Constable has two fire.Keystone Fire ChIef Ed to far out distance his oppon- Pat Reed Palatka High
The speaker, who was introduced ST. WILLIAMS NEWS: day selected. Miss Rothham- This week Otis Melton and I drawing Democratic candidates: James Bennett said that the pUblic ent, George LaRue, who drew School; Jane McCunough and
by Mrs. Sara McDon- Bingo Is played every Friday mer will be saluted April 4. are attending the revival at opposition. was County Knowles and Ronald. Brooker. Is Invited to attend the de.monstratlon. 296. Peggy Bowtea of Keystone
T. J. Rivera who will
aid, stl'es.sed. the importance night at the church hall. Guests last week'01 Mr. and the First Baptist Church at Judge 'Dlstrlct 2 Constable: Carl Two unopposed Incumbent Heights, and Paul Strickler of
opposed K. A.
of early training which would Play begins promptly at '1:30.: I be by Oliver. trustees also the balI Santa Fe High School.
Mrs. R. M. Cason were his, Hampton. I would like to Invite not Mosley, Sidney Burns, and B. were on -
recognize and correct small There will be no game op niece, Mrs. Bertha Pierce, of all of my friends out to Incumbents receiving op- D. Carter [Dernocratsi. and I lot. DIstrict 8 trustee C. N. The meeting" was conducted
problems before they become Good Friday April 12. I Starke and her daughter M. hear a very popular evangel- position Included County Clerk I.Sam Webster [Repu.blicanJ meeting to April 8 at 13:30: p.I Smith had 784 votes and District by Hicks Gr1fttn. president of
serious\ones. CHEST X-RAY SChEDULE Mary Lane of Jacksonville.Mr. 1&t from Okeechobee.I George Carlisle, Tax Assessor District 3 Constable: E. E. m. Mrs. Roy Bridges and Mrs.J. 9 trustee Angus Hastings the co-op and trustee from
He showed, some of the fine Clay County will have a and Mrs. Tom Chain- would also like to remind Louise Smith, Tax Collector i McLendon and Frank carter,, R. Chasteen will be hostesses drew 83.5.Coop Columbia county. Annual reports -
and School
work that-- 18 prouuceu- 10- tDe-- schedule set up for free chest' blee spent Friday in cala. all___ _former nnn _and n_ _recent n___ _mem_no. Wayne- Gellrer- both Democrats for a luncheon at the members voted 532 to were given by Gen. Mgr.
prlson's printing shop by Inmates x-rays, April 6-20. Miss Iva Hillyer Is in Putnam hers of the church that this Superintendent Jesse Tynes District 4 Constable: Incumbent Bridges home on Lake Geneva. 90 for adopton of new by-laws. Martin and Co-op Treas.
who are trained there. Keystone Heights''day will Memorial Hospital following Sunday 18 Homecoming. SO Jr.County Ray Chance .Js unopposed. Honor nests will be Mrs. Al- Fuqua opened his !remarks Tommy MIlUcan.
Ten members of the club, be Tuesday, April 9. Place. a fall she suffered In L please plan to ttend. j' Commissioner Mar- DIstrict 5 Constable: Henry bert C. Holt and Mrs. Ida by praising the co-op for the The day-long meeting
were seated at a special table Food Town, Time 2-3 and "-6 Palatka last week. Mrs. Eunice Miller and Mrs. via Green withdrew from' the Bohannon and Melburn Car- Gentry on the OCCR80n or their work: it has done in the past whIch recessed for a chicken

honoring members who have p. m. Mr. and Mrs. W .11. Allen Gladys White 01 Gainesville' District 3 race because of'rea- ter, Democrats.In birthdays, April 8 and 7 re- 30 years. The Clay Co-op, he dinner, was concluded with a
belonged to the club for 15 This service Is provided by spent last weekend in Mt. met with Mrs. Lois 'I'Yre of'' sons 01 health, leaving the the Justice of Peace spectively. noted has been recognized drawing for about $2.000 In

years. They were: Mrs. Camille Clay County Health Depart- Dora vsltlng Mr. and Ws. Lake Geneva on Wednesday at :field open to Olin Howard Jr. races In the five districts, all PERSONALS throughout the nation. for its prizes conducted by Bud An-
Stewart. Mrs. Anna James. ment, Florida State Board of Clarence Sampson.Rev. the home of Mrs. Lou Miller and Ernest Hatcher for the candidates have opposition. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Shultisof outstanding record of service. thony.

Mrs. Sara McDonald Mrs. I. Health, In co-operation with Al Steuart will cele- as the nominating committee Democratic. nomination; and District 1: Lois Ann KnIght, Sun Prairie, Wis., will With politics very much In Among the exhibits on display -
Williams Mrs. C. H. flaber- Tuberculosis and Respiratory brate his birthday Friday. of the McCain-Mmer NavY Hermann simmons, a Repub- Democrat: Ben OUtlaw. Re- round out their hOliday vacation the air, a number of candi- was a demonstration of
stroh Mrs John Bird Mrs. s. Disease ABsn. of Northeast Miss Peggy Voyles, daughter Mothers Club. They all lican candidate, pUblican. I here and leave for home dates from the ll--county area a gas engine by James All nand
E. KennedY Mrs. A. Raynor, Florida. 01 Mr. and MI'S. Earl Voylesof brought a covered dish for V In the District 1 County District 2 V: L. E. Greene and on April 9. Their son.In-law were on hand to "politic" the George Browning Of
and Mrs. N. Grayson. Mrs. F. Everyone 18 years of age Melrose, was on. of ten lunch and were joined by Commission race, Incumbent Sam Clzzo Democrats and and daughter Mr. and' Mrs. estimated .500 in attendance. Bradford County High ScboQt
M. Walrath, also a 15-year and over should take advant- finalists In the Strawberry Lou's mother, Mrs. Ruby Dyalof Luther WiLson drew Demobratb ':' W. R. Fox. Republican. I Ray Eatervlrr, recently ''VIsited When introduced by Co-op and one by the Clay County
member. was unable to attend age of this opportunity to Queen Contest held Friday Oainesville. and her aunt, opposition from Homer "DIstrict 3: Allen Taylor and them and they all toured Attorney William Chandler, 4-K Club.
the meeting. have a free chest X-Ray night at the Bradford County Mrs. .Rosetta Estes or McIn. Newell, and Republican oppos- Sidney Blackmon, Democrats. south through the Everglades Fuqua said he had not yet
Hostesses were Mrs. H. CANCER CRUSADE Fair and Strawberry Festival tosh and Phil and Marisa ition from Hilda Neth. .District 4: Graham Hutch- and the Keys. Mrs. Shultis' qualified for re-election but

Schroeder chairman: Mrs. 0.Walz. ., Once again April has been In Starke. Mists. Voyles 18 a Knight. The District CI commission bison and E. L. Jones Jr., brother-In.law and sister, Mr. would soon.Bradford.
Mrs. J. Iimble Mrs. E.McLean. .set.aside by Congress as Caner senior at Keystone High T. C. MIller will enter Hope race has three candidates, in- Democrats. and Mrs. Paul FoM of Reed&- County CommIssioner INCOME TAX

Mrs. D. Maples, and Control Month. School. Haven Hospital April 8 and eluding incumbent L. H. Lancaster District CI: Walter. Chancy bury WJ ., wintered a.t Zeph- Zedra Hamllton DIs- '.
Mra. R. Lambing. The Cancer Crusade this Mr and Mrs. Joe Williams have corrective surrrery on ; Charles Todd, and JoeNEWS. ftnd O. W. Sweat, Democrats.neadays yrh1lls, where they held a trict 15 trustee announced he
SPAGHETTI SUPPER month will focus attention on have returned to their home In his foot on the 9th. Good luck:,, -, family get-together. would qualify for re-election. RETURNSPrepared .
A Spaghetti Supper will be the fact that too many people Connecticut after spending T. C. I Edmund Dwyer sr. Is a pa- The meeting began at 9 a.
catered by the Woman's Club are not familiar with Just the winter at their home here. Peggy and Coburn Rain tient In Bradford County Hos- m. with nomination of trus- By

on Saturday, April 6. in the which early signs could indicate Mrs Edna Cooper of West.' were down over the weekend.We NOTES The monthly Leader Train- pital.Mrs. tees, then adjourned until 1 WM. J. DERl\IODY
Keystone School cafeteria cancer. field:, N. J. has been visiting hear that they are getting Ing Meeting for April 3 will be Emily Ton or Poatmas- p. m.

from 4:30: to 7 p. m. The public During the month a volun- In Melrose. ready to pour the foundation 8'.8..... E41n. deferred until April 10, follow- ters Village, has returned Invocation at the afternoon Recreation Center
Is Invited. Donation $1.50. teer of the American Cancer Mrs. A. J. Clcen and Miss for their new home. Ing the Weight Control Class. home after two weeks In Ala- by
Tickets are not necessary. Society will be calling. asking Donna Scaly of Gainesville Pete and Joyce Barton had ." .. For further Information call. I chua General Hospital and business Lawrence meeting Carroll was pastor Keystone Heights .
Democratic I for support for the SOClety's few days vis1tlna Mrs.Ada the following guests for a Mrs. Payton at 3-4202. Mrs. Emma Newman Js back Rev
There will be a spent a. EASTERN 8TA of the FIrst Baptist Church
and will leave ]itesaving COMMUNITY ChURCH after several weeks In Brad- Phone 473-4500 :
chicken barbecue Saturday
Rally Ford.Mr. 631'd of
following the dinner.The The ann al session of Keystone Heights.The large
regular business meet- I Information. and Mrs. Vll'ale Rowe night: Ralph and Pat Flllmon the Grand Chapter or the or- Special services for Holy I ford County Hosptal.AI throng in the big tent was officially -
Inc will bp Tuesday. April 9. The American Cancer Society spent Friday In Gainesville and children of Tampa Doris deil I of 't."Eastern Star will be Week: PaInt. Sunday, April 'I, Ellis'of Washington, D. welcomed by Mayor
V needs our dollarsupportto visiting friends. I Wood and daughter Kim of held a.t the Curtis Hixson at morning worship sel1vice C. spent several dayS in the
do Its job: a Job It is doing Miss Ginny Simmons who Seattle, Wash. Fred and co- Convention Hall In Tampa, 11 a. m., reception of boys' Postmasters Village guest
magnLflclently well. I and who attended the I' house, as the guest 01 William
KEYSTONE is attending Carson Newman sine Thieman and Mrs. Chinsnie AI'Z1t! '.1'2."Worthy Grand Ma- IP'Ls,
But the other half of the College in Jefferson City II Greek 01 Jacksonville troll lone Keen and Worthy pastor' classes, into member- Baker, owner. To The Memberahi. .and. Friends

Job Is ours: To act on the Tenn. spent the weekrid! ilU Robert.Ward.! of Starke.JOhn- --'kand..... -Pat.toJJohn 1','.Rose ship of the church. Parents .-Everyone was pleased to see
--knowledge given u& No.. one I her parents,Lt. Col. and Mrs. y King or Sayaxina'Di Jr. will preside 'over the 'ea- are asked to accompany their William Reynolds Sr. and of Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.
HEIGHTS else can force WI to. Saving E.! R. Simmons. Mrs. Atha Copeland and CrIc- sions. Hector OWnbey'Worthy children to the altar. Reception daughter, Jane, at church services -
our lives begins with us. Many Melrose residents enjoyed ket Chitty. The Flllmona were Patron of the Keystone of adult memben- Into last SUnday. Mr. Reyn.1'
The Woman's Club of Key- church will also olds wu hospitalized far- sev-
Electric meet- weekend guests 01 the Bar-
Clay at
will serve
Heights Chapter, l\IY SINCERE
DIRECTORY stone Heights Is sponsoring log in Keystone Thursday. tons. Sunday guests of the the Grand Chapter aa one of be observed. Holy Week ser- eral weeks but is gaining I WANT TO EXPRESS .

this year's Crusade. Last year This Is always an event for Bartons were: Mr. and Mrs. the Associate Grand sentinels. vices will be held April 9, 10. nicely THANKS TO EACH OF yOU FOR MY
the Club was proud to report those In this area. Several Ed Svereth and children of 11 at 7:30: p. m., and on Good
that Keystone exceeded the were fortunate enough to win Gainesville: Mr. and Mrs. David FELLOWShIP CLUB Friday at 1 p. m. SCHEDULE RE-ELECTION TO TILE BOARD OF
BEAUTY SHOP planned quoto for our town in Nieland and four children The monthly covered Easter Services (please note
of the prizes given away.
1967. also sponsored by the some They included: David O. of Alachua; Mr. and Mrs. luncheon of the Fellowship chanae) : Morning Worship OF SERVICES TRUSTEES OF CLAY ELECTRIC CO..
KEYSTONEBEAUTY Club will be held at 12:30: on
Woman's Club. kit Jack Ward and children of 13:30: and 11 a. m. Sunday
Ross shoe polishing :
a Masonic Hall.As PARK OPERATIVE.V Li
11 1 In the .
SHOP We ask your loyal support Carl Hagglund portable mixer Townsend Ga.: Claude Ber- April School at the regular hour, V I
thls'wtlt be Holy Week,
FAith JDhmtOn o-w- for the drive again for 1968. : Bill Singleton, steam and ton of Jacksonville H. A. Barton 9:40.: of the
Personal & Creative Hair Sty!. hERE AND THERE dry Iron: Mrs. F. Gerald Pap- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin of the club, a.. special The Board of Stewards will I WILL ALWAYS ENDEAVOR TO UPhOLD .
eon day PA LMS
CUrtis Wymanof
Mr. and Mrs. electric Robert Ward Mr. and Mrs. E. L. meet Friday, April CI at 1:30:
py, can opener;
ing Every Form ot Beauty 18 being arranged in
Belmar N. J were recent Lovell and and George program p. m. The Board of Stewards
CUlture Tues.-Sat. 9-6: closed R. Clare, electric clock: son. Pictures THE VOTE OF CONFIDENCE
with the season.
Man. guests of Mr. and Mrs stanley North Florida Telephone Company Lovell. an of Starke. keeping Swill meet on April 8 a.t 7:30 p. 8UNDAYSUGOA.M.7:31
Keystone 473.4"63 LaCoste of Lakeview Drive. toaster; Mrs. Kelly Hugh and Beverly Fletcher of the Holy Land taken m. In the educational bulldln" : P.M I ITHUIISDAYS yOU hAVE GIVEN l\IE. 11.
Edmund Dwyer, Sr. is now and new baby of Gainesville by a local person will The Family Supper fornfl.
Mills, electric deep fat fryer;
Bradford county Hospital shown. .. ..._.....--.. --....-.
in Pleasant Grove Baptist were weekend guests of their "''%''JItUII&.7 nIuLI IILC&AAPJCLand 7:30 P.M.
NURSERY In Starke. His room number Church. pie dish. parents. English and Romania HOMEMAKERS CLUB friends will be held April THANK YOU r J
Is 202, for friends wishing to DUPLICATE BRIDGE Hilton. They were all enjoying Mra. Mildred Payton preaS- 24. PUNDAMBNTALBIBLE

O.C. Cames Nursery send cards. I Because there was no duplicate the Hiltons' new traUer It dent of the Homemakers Club, EASTER EGG hUNT TEACHING RICHARD MURRHEE .I

IIwy.100, 'orahome 8592163NurlMry Residents of Nelsons' Point bridge news last week, we certainly Is a nice one with in cooperatlon: with Mrs. Margaret Children of the primary AD 9en lees Held In The I
\ Stock Thousands have welcomed three new have the winners for two lots or room.Preacher Nelson, Home Economist grades I, 2, and 3. will have
of Plants & Fruit Treo to families to their area in re- weeks this week: and Marian Win.ter for Clay County, has arranged an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday !-New Bible Center _

'I choose tram Shade Trees, ever- Winners for the 19th were: and daughter Ginny were &;six weeks Weight Control April 6, front 2 to 3:30p. :
Next Pag-e
I greens & Landscape> Plants in (Continued on Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva down over the weekend clean- ..Olass to which the public IsInvited. m. at the educational buildIng. I
containers. H1llyer. 1st place; Mrs. Paley tog their yards and retting r Mrs. Nelson will be Parents are asked to have I
Camelllu & Azaleas CONCRETE PRODUCTS ready for summer tie Instructor and the progtam each child bring an Easter I Re-Elect
Boyd and Mrs. John Strawn. On May 7th -
r ALft> Uti Do Your I.isndscapngIJSET 2nd place: Mrs. Roland Bry- The J. D. Carl tons spent a will be on nutrition. basket. :
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR an and Mrs. Paul Johnson.3rd vacation at their place last Classes will start Wednesday CIRCLE NOTICE I
ij ) CARS OONmuTES: PRODUors place; Mrs. Robert Clare week and enjoyed catching i April '10, and' will be, held I Nightengale Circle mem- I
ARE TJIE BEST FROMEdward' and Mrs. S. P. Sashofr, Mrs !some nice shellcrackers and from 10 tQ, 11 a. :m. in Clay'' hers, with Mrs. Charles Wa.I-1. '

'I'', Hanks Used Cars :B. A. Allen and Mrs. J. W. copperheads. IflectriC h l1. TheY 'wilt codtinue 'I lenius as cha.1rman. have advaneed -

i BIG CASH DISCOUNT Building Foster, tied for 4th place. Mrs. Ruby Wolfe of Macon for six consecutive Wed-' the regular circle LEON BAXLEY

!c TERMS Supply Inc. Winners for the 26th were: Ga. will be spending the summer I
BUY SELL TRADE Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. with her sister, Mrs. H. I
'"''I Rt.1Boi9: 728 8. Malll-Sn.:48U: John Strawn. 1st place: Mrs. T. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. James
,1rwJ'. 1 no 8 MJI .. fIL IIJt&rkel GAlNESvu..LE. PLA.CIay I R. A. Kendall and Mrs. Ed Faulkner and cWldren and
? Lonmecker. 2nd Dlace: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Arro and. 6 if its r
1 Day-Livingston and Mrs. Ray children of Macon Ga. have School Board Member -- District

! Starnes 3rd place: Mrs. Mary been visiting with their mother -::' vacation;
Cook and Miss Iva Iflllyer Mrs. Wolfe, and their .. -
4th place. aunt. Mrs. Smith Billy and CLAY COUNTY

County METhODIST OFFICERS Camille Cheshire of the Uni- money
CHOSEN versity of FlOrida were visit- 4// "
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Officers for the coming year Ing over the weekend. aa well 'V I am extremely grateful for the opportunity of serving as your

,have been chosen by the Melrose as Mr. and Mrs. F. W, Mur-Mrs. younecd School Board member from Dist 4 of Clay County since 1964 It has 1

Methodist Church. Those ray, their da.ughter daughter-Sn- 1 1I been a great privilege to work toward improvement of the educational

1 "4: : Democratic Executive Committee chosen' were: Trustees J.for L. law Charles Mrs. Eval18 Bill Murray, Mrs. I system In this county. I have always worked with the foresight that ..
1969 A. L. H1lliard, Mrs. V
j : and Mrs. the child:4 welfare must be considered first; before making any decision.
[ and R. G. Arrow- Teohla McGriff, Mr. :
Price, Sr.
; Official. Imith: Elective Stewards; George Harrison and chlldren.aU LEAN ON US I believe my record will prove that I am capable of handling this very V

Mrs. Mack Alderman Carl of Jacksonville, and Mr. important job on your school board.
Haqglund, Sr., Mrs. Carl Hag'glllnd Next Page 1601 #"""H M.P G time for the
most educational
(Continued on The past 3,4! years have been a trying
: H. S. Hollowa.y. L. :
dreams I in County where we have made great strides for.. I
POLITICAL RALLY D. James J. L. Price Jr., Mrs. We make vacation system, only Clay
John\A. Ross and Arthur man; Comrn1Mlon. Chair- true.with the magic of ward, but for the entire state. We are well on the way to making our
Wheew: Honorary Stewards: men, Membership and come educational system the best in the state. I would like very much to continue .

Wallac&.H.! Austin, Mrs. C. P. eUsm, Mrs. Holloway: Evan-I l ready cashl' Personal Loans offering my services as your school board member from DisL 4.

Berklemil\. Mrs. John S. cation. Mrs. W. A. Eank fast ,
from are easy
SATURDAY APRIL 6TH Orlner, M\'If Elizabeth Melton man: Missions! Mrs. J'I our I regret deeply that I will not be able to conduct an active campaign .
Mrs. L. W-l'eefus, J. L. Price, Witherspoon; Stewardship, low-cost. You'con leon on usi between now and May 7th. I will be confined to bed in a body cast due '

Sr., MIss BesIe Rutherford. and Finance; Mrs. Sigabee to recent back surgery until May 20th After this t will be back on the

Jeystone{ Heights School and Mrs. C. C. 8.trandberg Prince: Christian Social eon- job full time as your school board member. V -
Hospital and Homes Steward. cams, Mrs. John T. Geen. .
Mrs. Effie Bass.Recording Lay member to Annual Con- \
steward, Mrs. L. ference, Mr. Nicholson: Re-
paghetti Dinner Including Dessert B. Nicholson: Church lay serve Lay Members, Mr. Hol- Your Vote And Support
leader, Mr. Nicholson: ABsoc- loway and Mr. Crawford: District -

Sponsored by Womanos Club late lay leaders, Mr. Crawford Stewant. Mra. Ralph I KEYSTONE'' STATE BANK
V and Wilbur Sapp: Church Griffin: Reserve District Stew-" Will Be Greatly Appreciated

I TIME: 4:30 TO 7:00 PJ1. Leslie School Robinson Superintendent; Treasurer, Mrs. DIstrict ard. Mrs.Board Helen of Mission I\Vh1tton and: HemlM : P.D .c. Keystoss B.Jgbta.. Pie.'Tier ,

J' Mr. Arrowsmith: President, Church Extension, Mrs.
I'rIftcUy Beak Ia Y.. Vrl.4bCOI51ds
:(pd. poL adv.)
Woman's Society of Christian fin and Mr. Nicholson. V
t Speaking 7:00 P.M: GrIf-j ."!
Crawford Pres- aU
Service, Mrs. : officers are j
Meat, MY?. Billy SchDene-- the official bOard.

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ThuRSDAY!; APRIL4,61 nKAIII'4utD. 'flINiV I FbI.I'UfltU. M1IIUIY.. AIKin" _ _ _
T"rt'e I'ake Two _
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Blue RibbonWinners I Services Held


In Sunday For

., [From.. Preceeding Page] Home Exhibits Mr. Plummer, 47

and Mrs X. M. Smith and William Edward Plummet
children of Starke. (From Proceeding Page] I Blue ribbon winners In the ,17. Starke, died Thursday I

Mr. and, Mrs. :Mack Ellis of cent weeks. They are Judge Home Exhibits at the Brad- March 28, In the Veterans'
; I ford County Fair last week Hospital at Gainesville! from '
Jacksonville and Mrs Oayle and Mrs. George Crago, formerly -

Banks and daughter of Ft. of Duluth, Minn., 1\Ir. were: I injuries received In an auto-I ? k _
: Lauderdale spent Wednesday and Mrs. Robert Price, Lou. I Canned Products: Mrs. VivIan mobile accident near Waldo

wLth.Mr.: .10 strandbel'g. Paul, merly of Newark, Del, and Harley L21. Mrs. F. J. Pellum. I Ft'b 23. I
( I MI'8.Ei One man, James Allen Hayes,
Lee and Mrs. Ann Wingate
; : = ;: 'Qregory Strandberir Bert' A8hton of Lyndhurst, N. BRIDGE
\ of '.acksonvUle were weekend .1., and his sister, Mrs. M. ; Norman L2), Ml'S. RubY 67. and a woman Mildred Cal-. BAYLESS 1110I1W.\11 1 RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTRSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BAPTIS7CHURCH
Mrs. O. W. Tribe, hoUri 51, were injured In Plum.mer's
'-. G8ts of Mr4. Strandberg. Pater. I3rannen, BAPTIST CI1t1RCIl CHVRChI CHURCH ChURCH
:: ...,,' Mr. arid Mrs. Lacrosse, ot Col. and Mrs. David Nelson Mrs. Phyllis Price [2]. car. Plummer' 1960 Schedule! ot aevicea: 811n- Sunda SchOOl, 10 a. m. Sunday School lOa. 18

''" .. Waldo, Mr. and .MI's. RigginsI of Lakevlew Drive welcomed Baked Products: Dawn: i Volkswagen and a 1966 Carol-Chevrolet Sunday School, 10( a. m.; Schedule of services: Sunday day School, 9:45: a. In. :M.orn- Morning WorshiP, 11 a. m. Morning Worship 11 .. Ill,
; driven by a South 11a School, to a.m. Worship 11 :
M1'8. Service
Mrs. M. D Gassett, Worship
: of".1aeksonvUle, and Mr. and their many friends on SuniaMarch :! Lamb, Ilia man collided! aa the VW Morning trig Worship. 10:45: a. m. and 7 p m.-&v. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. Ill.'
t Mrs DeCar: of Earlton 0 W: Tribe Betty IlaycMug. m.1 Training Union 6:30: a.m and 7:30: p.m. Training
eac annual
I' 21 to their entered US.30t 2.6 miles north Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting, Wednetlda,
Lola Johnson, MI's. Phylls Evening Worllhl. 1:30p. : Ulllon, 6:30: Rev Jack
: wJ'e Sunday visitors of Mr Open house to view thell'! of Waldo at Stall1ng's Corner. p. m.; p.m. Evening! << Service, 7:45.: MidWeek Thursday Visitation, 10 8 p. m. Sine earls !'rlday at 8
HammOn, Stolte .
: and Mrs Owen Bl'yant. We azalea display. Price, Mrs. H. B. I Force m. pa. tor.KINGSLEY Prayer Service Wed- Rev. Uaney Lane .
gorgeous A. retired U.S, Air a. m. and 7 1 p. m. p. m. p.
Miss '
S ". are very glad to hear that Mr. Sp. 5 George F. Allen, son of Mrs Luclle Godwin l21 master sergeant and a veteran Prayer Meeting Wed.. 1:30p. : needay, 7:46: Po m : tor.

Bryant Is up and around Mrs. Lena demons, has returned Della Rosenberg, Miss Annel of World War II, Plummer was m.; O. A. Meeting We!!., LAKE NEW RIVER BAPTIS'l
d apin. from a one-year tour Spean Mrs. Lloyd Bryan. a correctional officer at the 7:30 p. m.: Choir Rehearsal BAPTIST CIIURCII SMYRNA l\IISSI0NAJt CALVARY BAPTIST

: ,. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carper of duty In Vietnam. Em'oute Needlework: Mrs LucU1e] io'lorlda State Prison at Raiford Wed.. '7:30: p. m.; Erotber- Sunday School 9::45 .a. m. BAPTIST CHURCh Sunday School. 10 a. m.

ter were visiting Mr. and Mr home he spent last weekend Godwin 8I. Mrs. Lola John, when he was Injured. hood meaUng last Monday: Morning Worship 11 a. m. 6i.: W. PrAtt St. Sundoo Morning Worship, d a. m. Sunday School, 10 G. III

: .. David Reid and sons at Camp with his brother, John I InBainbridge. son 151. Mrs. Nltll McRae 121'1 Born In Miami, Fla Nov. IS, In each month. :H dv. David Training Union 6:15 Po m. services: Sunday School, 10 Tralnlnr Union, '1 p. m Eve- Morning Worsh1p. 11 a. III

O'Leno, where they were Mc!. Mrs M. L. Tyus, MI's. L.Kite 1920, he was the son of the Medeiros partor Evening Service 'I:30 p. m. a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m.Traln.1ng ning Worship, 8 p. m. : TralnlU Union, 8:30:: p. 111i
camping over the weekend. Abel of Ideceased), Mrs. Thelma Malcolm B. and Verdle MIdweek Prayer Senrtce. Service,
: Mr. and Mrs. Gary late Christ OfLatterday Wednesday night service i Lvening 7:30.: Pray!!
: Watkins bOURlt Green, Mrs. Altamese Chandler Plummer Church Or jesus Wednesday 7:30: p. na. CoTri Union 5:45: p. m.
: 1141's E. B. Chicago are spending two Silvius Plummer. Mr. Saints 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Meeting, Wecjnesy 1:3:
: herself a new trailer last weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Betty Allen Mrs. A. was a member of the Baptist Call st. let U9 worship together. Rev. Evening Wothip J p. m. -L. L. Parker, palltor.CIlUltCII p. m.-Rev a. 1L Butler
lie East
I 121 I, Mrs O. W.) [ Allen price, pa.fJtOl' Everyone welcome ,- Elder!:
: week She now has a nice I IS 12x George Kaufmann of Lak D. Crosby Church: and of the JoneB-Lang- pastor.
Tribe 121, :\118S Della Rosen American Legion lServlces: A. O. Flynn, putor.
61 roomy one. view Drive. Priesthood. 8:45: ; Sunday PiNE LEVEL BAPTIST OF CUltIST
: Mr and Mrs. Carl Thomas MI' and Mrs. Edmund Dwyer berg I 2 J, Mrs. W. E. Green, Post [56; of Starke. Sacrament
have returned from the:h' Jr. of Clover Lane visited MI's. Ruby HI'annen, Ml'S. L. Surviving are his wife, Ida 11:00. : Sunday &::1001, 1" a. all FIRST PRESJJYTERIA1.\ SUnday: Bible study 10 I
T'1ckerng. Cone Plummer, Starke: : Morning Worship, 11 a. m. l\trnl\g Worship and' Sunday School V:45: a. :!I
honeymoon In the mountains Mrs. Andre' Prince N. Lee President a. m ;
: Mr. and Branch Sunday School, 9:46: Ib.
L Morning
: and are living In Ft. Laudel'dale. In Fort Lauderdale during the Senior Youth: Karen GI5SY, two daughters! : Mrs. James Dean Hansen 904-6278. Pre-Berv1oes IBooSEr! ban4 Communion Service 1 t a. m. WoftlnJp, 11 a a
the Gloria Hutcheson, Retha Hamln! Tampa and Mrs. Al- Young People, and Morning Worship, 11 L m. Training Un1on. 6:30: p. a
Mrs Thomas past week. Mr. Prince Is the I 121.I FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Prayer Evening services 0:00.Vedneaday : .
::: daughter of Mr. and Mrs, brother of Mrs. Dwyer. Miller, Janet Nichols AUce bert Mercer, Gainesville! : a OF ST.iRICE Service], 8 p. II& Evening t Youth Jl'eUoWshlp, 8 p. m. Worship servIce Training UnkII1 7:0G: p. III

James Robbins. Mark Kiefer Cub Scout, Turner, Minnie Hamilton, grandson, James E. Hamlin; West Weldon st. and Rai- Worship. 'I .#. m. MIdweek Choir I'racUce Wednesday. 7 .lAck P. Evening SeI'VlCe, $::00. Midweek
.. Mrs. W. A Moody anII's., : Pack 305, Keystone Heights, Gloria Gibson, Kathy Moore, three brothers: Ray of Port ofAnnJston ford Road. aervtce ''WednftOt1av. 1:30: I 8p.m11ev.. p. m. Minister Prayer service 7::3
Colson, Fla., Robert L. p I bell. m. Wedne< Charlotte a.Y.
Wendell Moody and children, reports: Our den went to our Phyllis Lyons Kay I Ala., and George Sundar School: 10:00: .. m, m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. pastor. Robert D. Burch
.... and their friend Carter Brln-I garden that we planted at Elizabeth Foster. Ga. four 11:00: 1\.. m. Morning Worship' \ ;
of AlbanY, ;
kley of Jacksonville, were vlsItlng Mrs. Kuesput's home to seethe 1f Junior Youth: Camille Gas I Plummer Connally, ...nn V n "". r' A !':
: .... Pap and Reba Norswor- flowers were growing, and sett 141, lIyta Johnson, lAnd I lRters: Mrs.Richard Harold Brooks both! ;: in. Evangelistic Services.
: s thy Saturday afternoon Henry they were. We had refreshments I nas, Kem Johns, Sharon and 1\11'9. Shuford of Wednesday: 1:30: p.m. Mid-
.. Norsworthy of Va1douta th and last ot all an obstllcJe Fayson, Annie P. Washington KathY, of st.Miami Augustine; Mrs., amt Mrs. Mason I Week Prayer Meeting. I An investment Your Fut'eS
and Connie Hoydlck of Jack race. CynthIa Thornton of Gainellvllle. Pastor: Rev. George Green
sonv111e were Sunday auests.; LI)1' CLUB NEWS Beth DdoVls. Rebecca McMIIIan : Padgette from the .Tones ,Jr..
Services were
: Rick Wheeler celebrated hi:> The Keystone Heights Lions Pam RickB 121.J 11\ Starke
MemorIal Chapel ROAD ChAPEL
Saturday with 0. Florida Adult Arts & Crafts: [Class MORGAN etJnom f
15th birthday Club Drive for the Sunday March 31 with Rev. AI1TimIJ
teen-age party that nigh Lions Foundation for the II] Rex HoHaker J. Kaurfman, Norman Redding, Rev. W. A. Sunday-9:45 a. m. Sunday]
2 ::' teenagers enjoyed a stl'Ong. In Peter Novak. [Class 2)) Marian: Robert Cooper Momlnc
Twenty Blind Is still going Hogan, and Rev. I School. 11::00 a. m. :
: cookout and dance down on previous weeks, we have listed Flnucan, BIllie Gassett, WUma offlelllting-. Burial was In Worship, 6:00: p m. Training I

: the lake. names of donors giving cash, Emanuel. Dedan Cemetery near Hrook-I Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening [ rim&mtHm@gglf&Mlff.lQfJlW! Eil; ;a !.tJH !
Helen Brock of Plant City, or making eye w1l1s Howeve: Junior Arts & Crafts: (Class er under direction of DeWitt Worship. I 1; it fmiEH, 1ngIfgmKI''J fi

sister of Mrs. Roy Oriff 11 since the last notIce over 100 11 Nathaniel Jones Gloria C. Jones Funeral Home of Wednesday '1:30: Prayer,
was married to Ray Smith (If persons have given cash, and OlbBon. lCla3S 21] : Dale Plum Starke. j r Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes-

: Plant City last week. limited space prohibits every mer 121], Mike McRae, Davis nlght-1:00: p. m. Pamlly ''ii!; OUR USE ; OF n.t5Iufrim :iiiiiit.

Mr. and Mrs Harold Tal- onxcept two local merchants McRae. JU3. W. Priester Night :
ford of GI'eenbush N. Y. have Wally Muhlhofer and ;'))1 r t
: returned home after spending Eldon Kimmons who were es.peclally Safety Clinic Services t.r A
Lodge. : None of UI cart male our best contribution to life unless we take care of cur ttfi
a month at Griffin's generous. In Macclenny Sunday School, 30 a. m
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ellis The Lions are grateful to for Bike Riders Morning Worship, 11 a. m iii fj, physical selves The right kind of recreation renews the body, mind, and spirit, iiiiiiii; !
: had their daughter, Mrs. Hall] Clay Electric for permitting Funeral services, for James :';':':".:.. .:.:.;...:....

and great.grandson, Chris them of them to solicit donations at Starts April 8 W. Priester 81, or: Macclenny, Prayer Evening MeetJntr.Worship, '!::30:ro p p. m rnWednesday.Rev. I rJ)! There should be a proper balance and rhythm between work and rest Jif! !

: Savll.nnlth Oa. visiting their Annual Meeting on were held at 3 p. m. sunday In J. C. Hes"tel's
last week. March 28. the First Methodist Church ofMacclenny .n. Our Lord meant for us t 10 enjoy lire and Intended no man 10 punish his body !rii!
: We have certainly been hay ST ANNE'S NEWS The Junior Woman's Club CStutrke of which he was a pastor. *::::.'.. :::::
and ::::: ::: with unrelieved work ::: :':
lately. Safety : :
; Ing lovely weather Rev. Gordon Bennett win be will sponsor a member. Rev. James Moore IIOPE UAPTlST CnURCII.Ihrbway

It makes you want to get out the Celebrant of the Holy Eu.charlst Clinic for bicycle! riders on offICiated. Interment was In 109 a' TbereaJ3nnday i ...
: anddO things In the yard and on Thursday, April 11 Monday April 8. In the park Dekle Cemetery, Lake BuUer. School 10 a. in.Jfornlng h ) Of course our recreation .hlulJ be or( a kind thaI would actually re-create ttM
fish.For those of you tha.idon't Liturgy wHI Ing lot of the high school Branwell S. C., i r'::;::r :::::::::,' '
The new of Worshlp-ll a. m ( .
native .
at 7::30. A !!: :: our spirits and bodies and make us better able 10 perform our work :::::::;:::;
know It. the fish ar be used for the first time I III auditorium starting at 9::30 I a, Mr. Pl'1ester had lived In Lake Training Unlon-O p. m. ,iiM:;: ;(,:

biting good so you had bette1 st. Anne's. m. Butler for 40 years prior to I Evening Worship';'- 7:15 Part of leisure time should be ;
: get out and get some. It won" Lenten Services, Thursda The clinic will! be conducted moving to Macclenny 22 years ?. DI. I .i!@ our spent !iiiiit! ;

be too long before we can al at 1:30 p. m. This will be tht by the Starke pollee Depart nao.[ He was agent for the Atlantic I Wednesday Nlgn :aYer 1 .. renewing cur spirit by worshiping God In I-Its '
: 1'0'; swimming. In fact we sa last Lenten Service beforl: e ment. and there will! be extra Coast Line railroad In: services '7:80: p. m. Rev. Ji! !1i1l!!!

some out this weekend. So un Holy Week: 'bicyctffl! for those who ace<1 Late Butler for many years, '\Ierle Packham,' PlUtOI' ; iMJ! Church We Invite you to attend eeriices this week 's47 tl '

: t11 next week, here's Leeon. Choir Practice for the East: them. anti was seaboard agent irSanderSOfl .. tu'Sot
LEEON'S 'CORNER"Sbellcrackerli" follow iiThursday children urged to BOATDItAINPTlSr I ilI they that wait the lord shall their t' '' t1ti
Sunday service will All are for 13 years. CHURCh STARKE ...... .. ripen rellew f'E
S services at 8:30: Pm .. participate, 8S the purpose I Is I his wife, Mrs : ::: f:':;;:::::
SheUcI'ackers start bit. the safety Surviving are a.m.1 :::::;;:- slrength they shall m"unl up with wings as ,iii;::;:=1::: /
S teach chlldl'en Macclenny; ,
When to School 10
Sunday :
Annie B. Priester ,: : :::: :::::;::;::'
: lng All men of the church al'lL : rules of bicycle rldlng. three daughtel'S Mrs. ClariceAdkins. Morning Worship, 11 a.m itiiii: eogIes. they .hall run and, not be weary and they imitii:
Every fisherman Is happy asked not to forget the worl Placques will be awarded'' t Hampton; Mrs. Lynda Training Union, 6 p.m. Eve.nlng t.: :::: ::':;::::::,
: Because they're as much fW1 L, day, April 6, at 9:00: a. m the winners at a later da.tc. Voss sunset, Utah: and Mrs Worship" 7 p.m. Prayer iiiiri shall walk and not font, isaIah 40.3//. ? J11Hf1

S To catch as a Crappie. 4-11 CLUB NEWS Jewell Morris, Macdenny; two MeetJIg! Wednesday 7 p.rn.NOR'rnSIDE .

; They're out on the barB Five members of the Key' Santa Fe JC sons .1 C. PI'lester, Maringo-

Swimming al'ound. stone Heights 4-H Club entel yin, La., and 11. W. Priester, BAPTIST I : '. .w ..
waiting for, Locate on JJnC208: JIrl!
there Just
OUt ed competitions In seven Fort Pierce: one sister, Mrs '
S A worm to come down. categories last Saturday I 1I RegistrationChange I Agnes Scott, and one brother, way [SR 225at Halfor'l Roac I
cast out there, SR[ 16]. Service $/ und.y3 '
When you Events Day at Green COVI I Earl Pl'1ester both of Jesup :
You'd better hold on Springs. MadeA Ga.: ten grandchildren! and &hDo1. .0 a... m. $undsMra1ng ; +

Cause befOre you know it. Sonya Paton's entry In thl ten great-grandchlldren. Worship, 11 a, mrram1ng '

He'll have It and gone. Food and Nutl'ltion Dlvlsloz change In registration Active pallbearers were Un1311. 6i0:: p. PO -

It you've hooked a big one, was dropped biscuits, and WOI procedures !i.q being Instituted grandsons of the deceased. Evening Service, 7:30. Mid :

'" He'll bend your rod double. honorable mention. for students who register fOI Week Prayer Service, Wedm.a I

And any fisherman loves Donny Hall and KenrSurnpter : off-campus classes ot Santa Services Held :lay! 7::3U. -Rev Glenn Law F C _
: That kind of trouble. entered the Safet: Fe Junior College In Starke. Ion: pastor.
Thpre's lots of excitement. Division and won second plact Students wishing to tak!! For Mrs. Williams Th.(hullh I is Gods oPPOlnred agent,n'this weld ra'IPlladng, ifs knowldi 01 5,to.. I::) t 3SN11I4tu I (} iJ
mm\S' BAPTIST CHURCh; J man urnd.f liii d.ma.d''or 1 10 10'that'10.. hi Wlh., ,
And very much fun. with their entry on emergencJ courses during Term 4 ma nlon 'pond' by loymg ne1hbor. :p- :i:
And you'll prObably be tired, splints. register Monlay April 8 tram Mrs. Clean V. Williams, 44, 100KER ,j this grounding I In IIi' I I... .1 God. no gownm.n'' 01 acaly, or .0' 01 11ft wIll 10'9 c;:;. # :

When the day Is done. Cheryl Tomes won firs 6:30: to 8:30: p m. only at the of Clearwater, died Friday,, sunday Sthool. I 0 a. m :::::' pe,..... and th, "..dam, whlh, wi hold uo den, .4, liinItabty perish. Thorofolt., sun :., ; : i,:': .

Now you've caught you a rnesu. place In the Home and FamllJ Bradford -Union Area. Vocational March, 22. after a brief illness Morning Worship, 11 ... m t=i '"m. ulAth point of .'.w. on. Ihould? upporl tho hurlh 'to, iii. IOk.ci ski welfare fJ ?:: .'"
You take them home to eat. Division with preparation of I -Technical Center. Thl She was a native of Brad- ::J .1 him..11 and h" loml"" hyond tho'' howe.r. ,..ry" p"on hauld uphold and pOI. tiIlpol. :
Training Union 6:30: p. m :;
And have got a meal, ford County. : / I. ''h. (bert, benui. it ',III'h' 'truth about' man I it., dath und dOl"lit" "; A)
you ;
baby formula. Is 1' change of the previou! Evening Service, ::30. Rev rlrGll t
That you can't hardly beat. In thl: e thE Surviving are one son, John :" >' built' .huh, 0'0.' will nat, him: I....la tv. a' a child al Gad. 11 >:: S
members are procedure of registering .
These \ Lacy Conway past.ar.FIRST 1.
So when you have some time. Division.In first night of cht.. s. Godbolt, of Atlanta Oa.; her :?:1 ; ;;;;; ; i"'i
And looking for real sport. Junior the Senior Division Scot.LamaUe One representatIve from thE mother, Mrs. Rebecca :\IIcNaU\ ChRISTIAN CliUltCIJ : ti:1mtrt1im':::':;:;: :::!: :: : :::::;, ;::::: :r rfJ; ::;.t:!;;:: :mw:ztt:;:::: :j : :;: t.:;::::; ;; f ,:;::;;'>::;;g f.r:(::: :::::;:;:;:'.:;; : : > ;:;:;: "

Get you a can of worm ', won first place I 11 Colll'le] Buslwss( Office a counselor of BrooktH': four sisters, and

And Resort.go out to a "She1lcrax' Electricity his project on hov and one representativE two Funeral bl'others services 'were held School Sunday 9:45: Services a. m. : Morning Sunday This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow,\
lamp'. of the Ac1nls"lons: and Records
good study
to a
lIe will go to the dtatrici Office wlll be In Starke to, at 2:30: p. m. Sunday In St. Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening mg Civic-Minded Business Firms -
Paul's Baptist Church at LaCrosse Service, 8:30: p. m. Midweek
11 the
Jacksonville process registrations and
meeting 1n
with Rev' A. Odom Service, Wednesday 1:15: p. FAULKNER
May to compete with winner accept fee payments. officiating. Interment was In m.Charles Reese, minister. Edwards Grocery & STARKE BULDERUHAUL ; '
from other counties. SINCLAIR SERVICE I
FI'et'dom Cemetery, near Wal-
The club also entered .L Funeral Services duo ST MARK'S EPISCOPAL I Mkt. SUPPLIES.' Inc. ;

skit "The Keystone Jililbilties. For Mrs. Bias CIIUHCII STAnKE RENTALS
." with the following cast: SerVice schedule for the .0 Featuring Ar.e liard ware '
Presbyterian Truck Trailer CrocerIes.Meatg.Feed1S \
Pa. Kenny sumpter: Div Of Hampton Lenten season: Complete Paint loIuppUee

Donny Hall: Clem, Scott La Ordination Wednesday, 7:30: p. m., Complete I Lubrication I Gas & Oil !MId Sporting Goodi. Ii>
malie Pearly Mae, Lee Martin Mrs Lillie !M. Bias 85 of Evening Prayer. .. r
: Granny, Sonya Paton; Hampton. died Tuesday morn I The service of ordination Sundays: Holy Communion MInor\ Tune-ups PII. D64-5312 -- Starke, Fla. nlTlI CS FIRST"

Ask and Elle! Mae. Cheryl Tomes'1 1111: At\cl1ua General Hospital and installation! wu held for I I bt and 5th, 11 a. m.; 3rd 8 709 S. WI.Jnut Ph. 96.J.5899 219 Washington S. tHJ.-32'(,

irs J. Dewey and :\frs. E after an extenJed !illness, I the new officers of the First'I, a. m, Morning Prayer and t

Charley Tomes are the prou:! leader I She was born In Tennessee 011 Presbyterian Church during I Sermon, 2nd, 3rd. and 4th. j\\
of this enthusastlc gl'OUp.I Feb. 8. 1883. and had been a the morning worship service 11 5.111. DOYLE CONNER 1. I r Lawson Meat Market
resident of Bradford County on Sunday, March 31. AND COLD STOHAGE
for over 20 'ears. Ordained and Installed Insurance Agency
Jots Surviving Is one daughter.11'11. ,. were: John Mixon, as Ruling BAPTIST CHURCh OF STARKE. NC. We Specialize ID c-tom SlanchSeA.
I :\ L. L. Melton, of Hampton Eider and IUeharJl .J4Ickel and .V.E 1<.1:. Cutting & WnpplD.g-

: six grandchildren! and 13 John Sanders as Deacons. Installed -. Sunday, April 1 Sunday With Your Mutual Agent U.S. 301 NORTH Prepared For Deep Freeze

-B.\PTIST great-grandchildren.] at this time were School, 0:43: a. m. Morning Ph. 964.7600 Starke FJa PhONE 116-1.1059
About thIs question: First Baptist Church Rev, Funeral services were held Charles Schmitt, Ruling Elder Worship 11 a. m. Youth Choir 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-1369 ,
Lawrence Carroll pa.tor.: Sunday at 2:30: p. m S.\turday In Jones ; and David Montgomery Practice 4:30: p. m. Youth I

"Another complete fire loss School, 9:45: a. m. Worship Memorial Chapel with Rev and Robert Autry, Deacons. Choir Supper, 5:4: :>: Training.

reported in the newspaper! Services, 11 a. m. and Melvin Ha11'.el officiating. In.ti'meuit Union 6:15: ;; Wl.IU: Prayer Circle VICKERY GARAGE BRADFORD

with comment 'Jos was 1:30: p. m. Training Uniun, "as In the family\ I'hlti4T IIU"1'IST ClltJUCII 1:15; Evening Worship COUNTY FLORIDA

partially covered by insur.ancti. 6:30: 'p. m. Nursery open for plot In Santa 1"'e Cemetery ST.\HKt< 7:30.: 52 S. Walnut St. i

Does this mean that all services. with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Sunday Brotherhood Tuesday Circles 2 and 3 Phone 964-6022 TELEGRAPH "PEST -I.

Home In charge of arrange- Breakfast: and meeting at the meets, 7:30: P. m. '
low their C.TJlOLlCSt.
people guess on Complete Automotive
ments. church, 7:30: a. m. Sunday We:1nesday: Church Choir
property value, or do they WUlIam's Church-Sun- REPAIRS Phone 964-6303 OHTROL
r School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Practice, 8:30: p. m.
resist buying full value day Mass, 9 a. m. \Vednesd..yMass lad Sunday, 9:30: a. m. [Nurery -:
Worship. 1! a. moo sermon:
coverage/ ? Does your aCency / and Novena, 7 p. in.COMMUNITY ; open for all servlces.Ti I The Forsaken Saviour." TrainIng For Every Need Printing-Office Supplies & OfEMICAL co.

have an experienced appraiser '- : CIIVRUI Daily offices of Morning and Union, 6:15.: Evening Worship m. Sunbeams and Junior ALTERNATOR SERVICE I
who Sunday School 9:40: a. m.'lorning Evening Prayer, 8 a. m. and 5 Choir, 3:30: p. m. Primary
accurately De.nles
can 1:30: ; sermon "Petel'
:' Wor.h1p. 11 a. in. Rev. William t. Jones Choir, 4
r 111. m. Ethel
I p. Biggs Circle -
estimate or His Lol'd. -
the value my 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
i Nursery at 11 o"lock: service Vicar. [Mrs. Charles ,
property to be InsUred?" I Monday Trustees Meet- S Ha.rdy) Charley E. Johns Phone 964.5743
only Rev. Leon F. MUner 7:30.: p. m.Wednesday. I BRADFORD for FREE ..
pastor, -I.UT lit HAN lag, :5 p. in Youth Choir. 7 p. In.spedlons & Estimates
Charley E. Johns Divine Worship, 11 a. rn.unday. m. wttle M.oon: Circle 7:30.: Prayer Meet-i gency A __
lng, 7 p. m Church Choir'ractice I ABSTR ACT -
Agency'S -EPISCOPAL Holy Communion, 2ndlunday. Tuesday Helen Masters 7:43: Ill I. WalIlU Ph 96-1-1S010 Company Hurst Shell eJ'V1ce
st. Anne's Church. Morning! Services held each CI1'cle, 9:30: a. rn. :Id& Darby I p. m. I GENERAL IN'S'URAN
131 S. Walnut St. Thursday Weekday Bible 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST
Prayer and Sermon, 1st 3rd. Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal CIl'ele I 1ra. George Flynn]. NeIIod7 But Nobody Uadeiae1
PHONE 961-5070 and 4th Sunday 9:30: a. m : Church. Richard Mcyer,. 2 1::30 p. m. l..orena. EppeorsonClI'cle ( laS8 10 a. m. Visitation, '7 p)) Charley' B. oJolIDa Agency ,:.:.tarke, Fla. Ph. 964.6881 jl WY. 301 & 100 Ph. 9 .i-6111
-- Holy Eucharist: and serunon, ClJnlster. l1\1l's.\ Ben Bukerl 3 p. 80S 8. Walnut, starore

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... to1'7 conp1ee.: hoUS1n'Q" thoti* l1c tlefendera in aU J9 Judi- I ISle' ao1In. taland. Park- Dated thlot Und day of March I sons tharaot and at Alsehue, ossding. four and .one.hi-It per
... Mrs. Sinclair To ands of students from aU over cial C1rcult wayMobile 1988. flay Brslford Brevard Browsrd "entum (t4'4 per cent) per annum .
Study Alabama 35000'TOTS CHARI.FoR A. 1)ARRY. Citrus. ColII..r. Columbia are in the aggregate' pnincipal -
::1P. the 'WOrld. While In the County offices on the ballot AilS HERnAY NOTI- Clark of the Clrrult ('ollrt 1)ac1e\ Duval itsuambia HighIand I amount of $53,000,000: ( and
French caplta! they will also wIU vary. However, moat coun- FlED that Suit for divorce he.twepe By Lteuiah 11[. Moody Hlllaboroumgh .laokeon nature In .nllual installments
you and the PlaIntIff Deputy Clerk Lake, Lam,, Leon, Madison: Manatee : In the years. 1989 to 19118. In.
- To have a. chance to' stroll along ties w11J be electing County MAR.rOIUro COX LICVENI1.! ha. J.U 4t 4.15itrinDLic Stai'intu. 1 Monroe Okalno..a.o..all.e. 01u8Iv". all aa more. tully le.orl-.
Tour been flied. agaInst YOIl a. 1>..- Palm Beach Pinellse. bid In the .
,- Europe This. Summer the Champs EIy8ees visit the Judges.! Clerks of the Circuit -- Complaint filed h..rem -
l- fenSant. by MARJORIE COX DISTRICT of Florida. Polk. "utnam 8t. John.. Bt.Lllol" and the "hlbll. attached
Louvre to view some of the Court. Tax Assessors Tax CoJ.Jectors. LHVJJNm: a. Plaintiff In the .lau'kssmiville .Diviainn. united Sarasota Seminole Sowannea thereto

world's greatest Worka of art. Sllperfntendents of ab"'%. styled. Court anll cause States fef America. Plaintiff. va. Taylor Washington DONE: AND ORDERED at
4 ,
:: --- the and you ar. required to file your James P. .'arrieh. and Irene. H.Partial amid Voluala Co..ntlea. FIends... Tallahassee. Florida, 19th
: Ij( .. _-.vi :-. and make an excursion to Public Instruction Supervisors defense. or answer to the including non-reRld"nt. owning' this
I "evo1v. around her. and sh. Palace at VersanIes. They will of Elections County Commissioners Amended. Complaint I. tiled. 07.1U.. h I. h'-J.vife. Detenduinta.No. Order of. property or subject to ta".tlonlh".ln. day of Ma.rlJl1. 1988.

will help her group make the depart for the U. S. from LeBourget and School Board Circuit therein Court with the In and Clerk for ot Bradford the- service hi'. 1-'ublleallon. ThIs cllllmine. any and right others title having or In-or W May Circuit Walker Judge!
adjustment,: to Eur.bpean 6. member8. eRIe canue to be heard upon\ the 1/21 at 44Don't
necessary AIrport 0" 'UllUst County Courtflou e. Starke "motion of plaintiff. for an ord..rfor t..r..t In property to be affected
lire. Mrs. Sinclair hakhed FlorIda and serve a copy th..re-. aervie. .. hy publication and. itapleai'ing by the issuance. by the State.
of paId Plaintiff'" attorney.
Hoard of
upon Edueation of Florida
led a number of meetb'gs 2 Days Left Barton T. Douglac. 10S North been. bl'ousht that for this the action enforcement hoe.. of not exceeding. U3.000OOO
to to Main. Poet Office Drawer. ., .
prior departure > Sfreat of a ..I..n. against real, higher ll1ratlon bnnd. series
the students for the L 1218. QaItieivIile. Florid. 011 C hereinafter. elope partlclllarly
prepare t's GoGardeuiiw property situate within the
To Register or before the Unll day. of April l.tI.idle. District, of FloridA; that dourlbed. .I' who may be In any
experience. 1988 I and I It you fall to do .0 WRY affected thereby;
the defendant, .
Jr."e B. Parrish.cannot
The- American Institute For a D..fault. Jud&ment will betaken be The State of .I..a.' through'
Nerved within theState
afallI.1 you for the. re- the. state: Att..rney.' ,>f th.. First
II.: Foreign Sutdy 1a a non.profit For Primaries lIst d"mand",1 In the. AmendedCompleint of jo'lnrlda. : that It isnut Second. Third. i"ouurth Fifth
membership association of and thereafter said prRrUea to serve herpprllonlllly Sixth. Seventh. : Eighth: Ninth: I
and that she huts
:11.a Secretary of state Tom Ad- cause .hall. proceed Ix Penn.WITNInoO : 'Fruuth. 1J1..venth.! Tweirth. Thirteenth -
hIgh school teachers and stu'tents. hand .n.1 seal voluntarily appeared herein: .
. reminds Floridians that r nay It IR 111I'r..ror., OR1.JJtUiJD! iii. Fourteenth Fifleu'mth
8 ''+' It.was rounded to meetthe' By Del'Ve S4iarpe 1.d1tFlol'14a' nf saId Court thiN 191h lay of follows: 1. The. Sixteenth. Seventeenth Eighteenth -
there two left Starke. defendant
are only days
Mardi A. D. 1988. at anl Nineteenth. Judicial
1- 'trowing demand for seriou4 Irene 11.
Ix- 1'111'1'11011.
:"f..J.. AgrIcultural appeur
.. 11'101'11111.' I'''r 'ult. of .
in which to register to vote In In this i'nuii' and pleaul to theouumiInlnt < .II'd State. and the
......; summer programs com.blnlng tension erVi0e (h..rl@ A. Derby. tll..1. herein. on or, several property. owners., taxrmiyema .
the :May primaries.By 'I"rk of the. Circuit Ceurt alll,
and travel In citisena thereof and
study I..fnl' :llIIy 'IIR8 In 40-
Mike \ or
I\l1tchell. Terry 1\lInx. Joyce Dnanark, 'lyn Eurupe.Lat the lowest practiCal law the voter registra.tion EIghth JudIcIal Clrrult, fRuit tluereoi'. the ;Court pliallpro'ep o.f Alachue Bay. Bradforl 111'-

.incIalr alld Johnny V'arrl'n. 1\11''''. SInrIalr John Torod.. J. books will close In aU In and. Flnrhla.II For Ur.U"rdCnunty. : I. judlt'n.nt In this ,Yard Ilroward ('lIrll". Collier
rost. Cnlunluia. Dude.
Over the years. more Landscaping was once aI "'0"10" 118 It said defendant. hadleen Duval Eacam.!:
m R. 01l1llt81n ;11'1111 Stl'l.llI'n. Smith not shown ar planning their than 800 chaperones have ac- countIes on April 6. Adams operation. : n"UIRh 1\1. Moody served. with process. wlthl" his. Itlablandis. Iiiiebrougl
m. to Europe.I' : said. and will not reopen until I simple Deputy Clerk the tollllto ot 'I"rldll. 2. This .iau'kson' Lake, Lee Leun,
hip companied some 8.000 students settlers chose a spot with 3.11 4t 4-11 order be ptlhIIuihPl in a Be'uys.paper MauIiaun;. Manuitee. Marion. Mon.
m from all over the U. S. after the May I and May 28 04 general cIretulatloltIsi roe. Okaloosa. Orange Palm Put Your
Including a
butlt.in feature8.
Vti teacher at South.Iin, Elementary So'hool. I. going to primaries are over. %O'I'I'I' OF I"'TF.TIO'l: '1(5lt0tlit'4rKIt )II rndtn"'l" 'nunty l"loriIut Iteach. 1'ln..II.. Puuik. Putnam.
to study at 25 famous univer- I'
. the Athantlc "I all Floridians who sunny slope shade trees and : I'IV'l'I'I'lOtI' : tttINtleo I not "''''M than ones each week. St .Iohn.. 8t. Luole, Sarasota. Foot Into A Bad
thiN ; ;
:31W: jet aroMt4 Nummer with. n group of f udent4 sities and schools scattered urge natLve shrubs. They accentuated ; is herc'iy given. that for Ht"! 'u'nnute'utlve. "'R..k... prior Hemninoiut. Sumvminnee. Taylor
to IIU..nd Chl"'NeH In England: and ...anl'e. across seven European coun-, are eligible but not yet regis- their spacious domain the und""Mllt'ned. .n.ler the pro.. to th" return data hereinnbo.vadesignated. Wamullnton, and VIusia:; CoontIsN :: Deal!
tered to vote to make visionS of l'I..ctlon. 886.09. Florida DONS AND OR- tniuulinst nonrealdents
Mrs. Evelyn S. Sinclair of, I tries. The Institute also offers.I every with pickets and whitewash. Statues, 19115. will register with DI'JIII':" In ('hauuihers "t JackaonvliI ownln" property or sub.je't .
15M East Call street. Starke penalize travel for educational to qualified high school gradnates ., effort to do so during the Today homn6wners are mr. the. Circuit Court In and for ,'. 'lnrhIR this Olth uIayof to ta'istion. therein andothers Buy from a Company
week:' Adams said. lIr..rord. County. Florida. upon h..vlnlC 0" chthnln" any
and stu- coming itnrc'lu 1988. CJAnl.I( R.
purposes by te cl'
has been appointed by The I and college students, a cU ont) tree.less fields by receIpt of proof of publIcatIon sco'I"r. Jl'.tll'' right title or interest In prop- that Is known e
%!! American Institute For ForeIgn dents. rouPled wlLn the lent full-year Academic Program In .It.s your last chance If you streamers and fancy' entran.ce of this. notIce the fictitiouS mime J-21 It 4.23lv e.ty, to b.. affected. b" the issuaol's -
want to help select ycur I Ity's ot The Branding Iron .nd.r hy the SlOts' UDa..d of F'l.uc..tI..n
cost of the trip travel tax par- >
[AIFSJ to any)! Ge'man Spain. Italy and .
Study chaperone Homes are cramped on which we are engaged In bud.nsa' lit i I"lorila a. body curpruls .
IIII that might be approved by I I"rance." offices nominees In the November I TI1I1 {lilt's Ii' t'ot'n'r nl"" 1I1I,1"r iteetins BONANZA
a. group of high school AIFS home are mnature! lots Owners are at 887 N. TempIs Av.. .3 and 10or

IIlid I students on a six week Euro- Congress will hall I! onlY a In Oreenwich Connecticut. 5 General Election. that hard pushed to filld hiding Starke. FlorIda.Fells M. HulllvAn. and, wife 'I'IIFJ(1 1'1'.!"1f'0"Ht I'" ,\'S I.1I'lnt'I.rllt.. 'OK 1.104)5(4)V hum' Article nt the XII State.f. / the Jot Cnn Floridmi Utu.. :

pearl study tour beginning In minimal effect on the partici- Among the students from Adams pointed out the. places far the garbage pan. Betty J. 8ulllvnn. Ht. I. BOX ", 1"IOltllt.o\ nr JlIQ'h". It..ntlon) Bonds C'mon In and Jet ac-

,::3 the latter part of June. They pants. this area who are planning to voter rolls have been com.pleteJy the trash burner or the fend- 101%. l'Itarko..' Fla.. lease ot hllerN.PuutoI March. : '1'0 114223ortisi.t "IU1\V ('.\tiKi' Sui'ius ritual' amDllot C. III the 0' aggregate nut e"cee/lln"prin- quainted with the guys
67 this Iflh
In all day
will attend sessions at the Although Mrs. Sinclair wm go With Mrs. Sinclair are: purged coun- er-dented jalopy that Isn'tgood A. D. 1988 Ilt Starke 1I..tnrd.. .. atm IH'Ltl NIl 53.000.000.. hereinafter more with the red ties ask

University of London. and do no teaching In Europe-all Evelyn Sinclair J. Roy ChBS- ties. and "many 'voters Will enough for the front County FtnrldlL.. HTATf OF!I\ItP( 1.'J.OIUrJA) OJl', iDtCA9'ION a bo(1): ( -" p"rtlclllnrlV ,lefl1"ho"" or to b.. 'em to show you the

later special courses In Paris. Instruction will\ be by European teen Ut. Joyce Denmark Tel'- find that there are no longer dr1ve. S.n: 4t 4.11 "'""I"ru'"' IIn..r. M"cII..nH 3 ..n,1JU aftert",1 In anyway therehy. arehereby .. large 2 BR, 12 wide,

- TIle study program will not university staffs her ry Minx. :MIke Mitchell Ste. registered If they failed tit return Whether country, city estate OTI'I' TO UI.FI''IIII Mlltlliion i ofuI'lii I ..t, I tI..he,. XII 1'11111"fl.t ot the l1'iridul" Con- Circuit r"'llIlre"Court to nf> appear boon. (',beforethe ,"ntv. fully furnished mobile
their re.reglstratlon IHtAH-
Le sUbstantially affected role as Alffl chaperone will phen Smith Johnny Warren I 01' subdivision Florida IN ('IlVflIP f'HII'r.. INCHAN'CF.KY. Complainant Floridu.. In the l'I..rolld' Jlllllrial home introduced In the
by I cards." I Foul' ('HUN1'Y, .t.OIUI LIA: (:'Irs'uuit' of suzuki State ui' hoCi.uii
recently proposed: travel reostrictlons. be to act .s a combination John Torode. Betty B11lups. The Secretary of state. who living Is synonymous with I Ii 1I''A'I'1o: ) : III"VM.TIII 1"I.OltlDA. ;: tIiOIi H' i n :'l'uI I ahases... 'irl:' '. Florida area by the
and Deborah David of Main- outdoor Jiving. The outdoor ('ace Nu. 272 .ci.. lute. on, I h... JIIII> ,,1'Y..f, April
Because of the Ad- guardian advl ol'. and friend. mond. La.According. i IS Florlda's chief' elections officar .1 WII.J..IAA/I/ RUll tt'r McItAn1'Iaiitiff tit fl'epi.nlentIS.lu 1811N. lOt Ion iu'clo'k. A. M.. and manufacturer for only
IIIlnlstrlt.tlon's desire not to Uvlng. The outdoor Jiving ..hllw rum'mm''H'' why I lie. ot
All lrlOy"rH
btudellt lift In Europe will I explained: "The regis- Ih. fall I It. r>t 1"10..101" I Ih""UKh"
- to Mrs. Sinclair. room IS often the front yard. ilK 811111' AIt'II"VN, ..r i thtl. .I.'Irst tim." <:n"I..lnl" filed In time aboveI'.o".dln'
Is by
- - - tration purge required MART Ls)1TS1 N MeHAI1ILH'euduuiit '" Hhnllid not I.., granted'
I there In the the outside Secomsd Thh'd. 1".lIrth. 1"iIth. $48.81
arc openings kitchen Is the
grillin miuui,, the ,
: law and 1'e-reg\Btration\ cards I'IIXlh. Sn.'iu t ii : I t I humiiut Ih..r..ln d..acrlb..dIInl I
i'lgi.tlu Ninth.
A National for several stu- the back NOTICF: 1'0 APPI'iATIT .
I Roll Call II group more were mailed to the last known : ard and the work ,): Mary. Louise McJlall.Y" 'J'"I. I h. lIlu'vu'nl: h. "w..ll'lh.I 'I'hlr. Its. proe.d'0&,8' of the ,
dents. and anyone interested room In the house compares hm'"by not I li.l. the tuuithi S'uumteenthu 1..lft..nlh. Corn"lolnllnt" heretofore. taken. PER MONTH
ALL" .ta'E'NS Of' WmCLI) WI.Vtro I II address of every voter In are Ii I x t.'anthi. "vont tu ,'nlh.I Nheht.enth I'. alllh"rlzh'K the. issuance thereof
; ; & w.nows should get In touch with her. Florida. The new registration with the utility area of the a suIt fur dIvorce I the has.aIOVO been nsraue4l flIed,: 1 .. and, Nineteenth. .1..lrlal. vlllidat..1. .and oentlrmed.RIOIII .
I I II II Mrs. Sinclair and ner stu- books In each county were yard. ugultiitt Court and y.U causu. and you are. ('lr'lIl1 I I 4 1111,1, t imt ", 'v"1I1" I prutenty '- I .Iuonli. are sin tol 1 IIIY, 1.

I NA.\IF I II dents will depart by Trans from those cards Landscaping adds to the en.joyment requIred. tOo serve a copy of youranswer owners. tIll" PII8 gn4 011 I. 1965 hear lnIfroMtuL; ",flOF "xHEARi Includes Insurance
made up :: or ph..dlnf to tOts conp'bilnt ,-
International Airlines (TIM 0 these outdoor And Taxes
1 SI retu1'ned."Jf Alt..rn..y -
.1..tnllff'H .
which were on
chartered jet from John F. doubt about living areas according to Institute 1"111. Lax. 11r..n.. II1t'I. : 7". .._- ..'- .
: in
I UIVUJoSS) : I II Kennedy International AIrport you are of Food and Agricultlfl'al Florida and, tIle the orIgInal. In ;
your voting status." Adams the office of the Clerk of the Deal with the Guys
_ _ I II II In New York on June 26 for I Immediately Sciences ornamental cxports. Circuit Court on 0" before the
I cir; \' STATE London. Prior to enrolling at sale, suggest you I 15th di'y of April 1968 ; otho.-. with the ned Ties atOpen
contact your County Supervisor of eald. f \
wise the all"Ifation. z.
I I II II the University of London they of Elections." Plants Improve the beauty Complaint will be taken 11" con- -, ..n.. _" _"_." .. i
BlANCI; 0. SFitVi'E; will have three days of sight- .: of the home increase the usefulness feMH..d. by 'ou. !:
I ;\J\\cRJlm\ D SINGLE: D I II SI seeing In the British capital to Adams estimated that nearJy will of Ute yard and enhanca ThIs notice ..hlln b. published f'E' I Get Your Free:
2.500.000 Florida voters once each week for four con'serutive 4 R
I _ I II II get acquainted with their new be registered' for the 1968electlon8. the value or the property weke. In the Bit/iD' I I HEARING TEST
1A.lE\ ; 1L16IflLE; "Oft itXifiAii' environment Their sightseeing Also a good landscape FORt COUNTY TiI.EIiEAPH.Datad ,
I. I which Will be among this 14th day of March hearing Aid BONAZZAI
- CheckUpfr.cl I
- - - Will Include visiting Westmin- In P'lorida's plan provides some food for 1968. $o. 1
most Important
A National roll call of all veterans of World star Abbey and st. Paul's the the family table. CHARLER A. DARBY. Any Make

War I has been requested in order to compile a Cathedral watching the "We history.not only will select a Make Drawlon II Clerk y B..I.h. of the III.. Circuit Moody Court

complete file of all veterans and widows of World Changing of the Guard at new U. S. Senator and the Landscape prOjectS don'thappen Deputy Clerk. 8-21 4t 4ilModels 4811. Can or Write for:

War I still living in this area. Most veterans are Buckingham Palace Inspecting membershl", of our entire they must be plan-
the Crown Jewels at the Tower ned: The plan need not be r
Will also Free Home Demonstration ,I
not of the but
aware many that they are State Legislature,
elaborate. ___
All need fs .Ad.
of London. and making an you a
eligible to receive, due to the vast number of choose slates to represent scale NOTIOFJ TO DFFFJNlJ:: or come in to the Hear- I
draWing of the building
excursion to Cambridge UItAO'ORD
i changes being made in veterans' Jegislation.I Mrs. Sinclair and her group Florida at of the both national political conventions par- trees and oUter features of CHANCFJRY." COUNTY, FLORIDA IN (flattery Cost) Ing,: Aid Center April 6.

There are about 1.900.0QO World War I veterans will spend a total of four ties." he said. the lot. I JEAN RFJWJS JI'arlnr101, l5atts'rIe, For All Makes 01 1If8r1nlr!
I Graph tracing :PlaintIff, Aid" Now
or paper will Avallllble l\lltchl'n'8 Drug Store
weeks in London studying
living many of whom do not know of these other offices to be filled do fine for the Initial "art v... Daily 9 a.m..8 p.m.

; benefits. Some of these benefits apply to all WWI .such Government courses Fine as Comparative Art8 and this year are all 12 JOBUces Congressional of- .work." DROWARD E. REWIS Defendant, Hearing Aid Center, April 6, 1968 ISun. 1 p.m. 8 p.m.

veterans, rich and poor aJike. Every WWI veteran Modem Britain at Westfield seats three Court five Once the features are To- NOTIC'FJ Drowllrd TO APPFJARTo E. Rewl 10 A.M. TO 4:00: P.1\I.

is requested to fill in the above roll call box 110 the State Supreme I corded the real job of landscaping : notltl.,1, that I .
College a constltutent college Judges In the District Courts You are herehy Mitchell's Drug Store 127 E. Call St. 4431 N. W. 13th Sf.
that have record and all WWI begllUl. The first thing R suit for divorce has been ,
I' we may a complete of the University of London. of Appeal II Circuit ,Judges flied against you In the .above Starke Fla. Phone
to remember Is that a landscape 96..1431 Gainesville
veterans may be Informed of their rights. They will then shift their nd state Attorneys and Pub- nameS Court and cn..8.. .and you I
I proJect Is personalized are required to servo a copy of
classes to Paris continuing SPONSORED!' BV _
II MAIL TO : G. E. BAKER: COMMANDER: : with a similar curriculum. In I or custombullt for every tam.l1y complaint your answer or the pleading Plnlntlff'. to Attorney the. .Jacksovlllss. hearing Aid- .n'I'e I, 312-4385. 72.4285 a'
I Barracks 5-153, Veterans of World War I the French capital they Will DIP Seeking "nn. Lf'x I1reell. p O. 239V.. Adams St. 8.\8-4329

I TIme:': 33. Lake Ceneva Fla. live at the Foyer des Lyceen.'nes. Study the habits of the the 1208.original. III'trk' In FlorIda the office anti file of Tell 110I. Slow I May Hear A Year For Area's Largest Volume
ImprovementOf family before planting even a Only $4.811
an ultra modem donni- the Clerk of the Circuit Count 11. Dealer

Entire Area single blade of grass. A few on or before. the J2nd the day. ulle-of Name __....._______.. .__..__....___________ 1
families use the front door April 19118 ; otherwise DANK FINANCING

many enter the house via the Rations of aid ('empl..lnt will \d.lrM". .. .... .. .....
The Bradford Improvement b.. taken .. cont..N8ed by YOII. : --- -------- ---------

Program (BIP) is Interested, In carport and the rest drive. This notIce shall b. publlllhe ......... A... City ____. ..________.....___._ State__ _.___ "Just Look For The
Add a world of pleasure to after- dark rIVing Improvement projects In the around the back sO the neighbors once seciitlve each. weeks week In for the tour \cnn-I Tall Cowboy"

? entire community not just In won.t see the latest pur- FORD COUNTY: TEL1 Zlp_. __-_

Starke, according to B. F. chases. I.
outdoor ---- --
.Wlth electric lighting. .
Besides landscaping for convenience

.. Mizell.Several Jr.. projects chairtnan. of assorted sizes of ''I'...... ""'.....--.... .....,- ...... -.... .... -.- ,
are now -- '"'''''''''''''"' ,
cars and motorbikes It.s a I r. ,. 11--.. ;:;r-rr''' ,
under study around the coun.ty'as L # -t "
..i .... i ( '''.
the committee prepares to good idea to consider a walk :.z _

I select the next BIP award win- for formal visitors who might I'
ncr." the chairman said. accidentally park In the r

At present the committee 18 street.

p giving awards for improvement Before setting the plants

.' to Ibllslnl' properties, remember that Just as the I .
and later on residential 1m.provem'nts house Is divided Into rooms < _

will be featured. the yard shou1f. be divided into Jefre

The committee therefore urges area8. These are front or

that anyone who has made 1m.provements public service or utility and

which Were final- I back or prlva.te. .' ___ .
Ized In 1968. and might be D'.aIgn I the front area only '; _

deserving ot SIP recognition I :large enough to give the house 1 !

. Should pick up an. entry blank the proper setting. The size ot l '. ,.l
- .. WI1 Le Clla.mber ot Corn- the lot and the house are the FLFETSIDE PICKUP (MODIL CtI09i4: )/ :

merce otrlce. Your own proJect limiting factors. _1i-.....___ _..._. !: & .., __CHEVY-VAN 108 ( O E GS11305)_ ) '

Or someone elKe'8 may be Front Yard :..

) '1LTT nominated. For better looks make the
; Informal meetings have been
Bur /lOW"UPlng
h..ld. recently with architects to front yard wider than It 18

consider possible designs for deep but in harmony with
other propertIes. Beware of
Call Street store fronts, the
walk It.s easier to
chairman said. CIiovo1oik
work with alongside floliloninnjvopsapy
I The committee reminds all plants
straight walks 1nd likewise 1t'8
t I businessmen that by improving _
the attractiveness or their es- ev'e" to mow the adjacent _
lawn l lcb/IJ/ IGUf'Ded tlCtUIISSlIlCIa: Cevy-jijj'
tablijItments a big step will TRUCK ( r equipped
have 'been Allnw eno.tgh In the Buy and '
-J taken jward increasing space now get epeciaI"jf 'Pocket specIal sale savings on a
the volume of buslnes utility area for a carport for savings on a husky Yz.lon Chevy
i ,Chevy-Van 10S (with 108-wheel
!'!. "Customeu are just nMu- the iaOpy and the bOat and Job Tamer with a big 8-foot box.! base and 256 cu. fL of
t rally drawn to attractive quart- trailer. Tool shed. etothes line Six or VIS engine. Custom CO I cargo
space) or a Chevy-Van 90 ((90"
ers 80 Increase your volume. and garbage cans mat be ]located ALES fort and appearance equipment.I iWheelbase and a spacious 209.,
or busineSs and make your employee t'ere. Chrome hub caps. And chrome
I. cu. ft. inside). Buy now and get
happier at the same The back: yard 1JI for family front bumper. Also available at special savings on a model that
I time," the committee suggest- special savings:
recreation relaxation and en.tertalnment. power steering includes a big 230-cublc-inch

I ed.In Make It as large and power brakes; 292 Six ensixcylInder engine, chrome
addition tD complete Ta-
gine and
as poISslble. 4-speed transmissIon; hub
: caps, bumpers CUS4
modeling and renovation
pro- 396 VS and
the BJP Committee al. The first law of landscaping automatic 3-speed 'tom equipment, front stabilizer

grams BO \isuggests!': that there are I Is "I 'I1pUclty. Follow this "law" !transmission: : Soft Ray glass air bar, and left and right side Jun

other ways to get into the L. the yard won.t look cJut.teredo conditloning and rad4t. lot West Coast 'Ilrrors..

your yard. Add extra hours and extra spirit of the program such a8 Also the yard will\ be rut: rIvs:

light up by: easier to maintain.In Doubf.W i i if ior -
cookO-t5 'nighttime pleasure. :onsl Rea'doorsit f ii
,ivlng room"for family l--Sweeplng the sidewalk In selecting and spacing Strength and durablllly. 4 lest square. A sureab'g"double '

Electric flxtlJres. postlights and spotlights front of your place of business plants remember to consider Truck Styling Ihat' functional. thaI's flat 'from front cargo 10 rear floor with I
at regular Intervals. relattve size or mature And exclusive call I
yard. plants < springs at all, embossed skid
beauty to your etrlpa. And 184
give dramatic accent and evening 2--Ren&wlng faded or peel- with the size of the area and four wheels for the smoothest pored leaf springs 'front and

safer. too. All this for just pennies a night. lull' painted. slrtace.l.3Cleanlng! the size of the buildings. .' ,,piCkupfldeo. the ad. ,lor entiest load eu").

Makes you feel windows and : -.- -. -- 5'r carrlnp-s
I cvntractor. appliance dealer. showcases. (
electrical iv THE <'IRC"IT CurlS 05'I.ORII)4 _
See your or lighting dealer. -Refinishing floors or putting ? ..:I<<.II'rar .n tWI5I.E'iRrII'r. >> << \ (

down new flooring carpet, CV A0 FOil ..n.\o. Only Chevrolet'glves l yOU
;12?' etc. Foal) COIPSTY CAsrn NO tibib: 240 ACTIO".

'\0,: -Glvlng more thought to IIfARJORE COX LavrvP:. .

,THERE'S FLAME LESS NO MATCH ELECTRICQadJatetothePl FOR window). displays (avoid cluttering FRANCIS L2VEN'IiJ...... I'lalntlft. I 1 sofflllcn truCk forlbe mOIIeJ

:? of ...il'$ cheaper. toolElectric In. general says the com.mlttee fl.finlant.AMEIJfl I
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..urxJ: bVIfl dont defer malnten. .; ThE NAMIO OF T.IF sTATIC :

1 Outdoor Ughting 11.1 $ A .-. .._I,. "I.r...S'S4 esipauSfln on ance.Your Help Town us "Put Instead a Smile of a TO OF: YRANCIS FIL.lRIDA' LEVFNFJa.a : Se'1OL C1 'DQ7etl/ea! r..D wl

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clp1e. cool winds are still outside bed. Before sinking the plant, I or stick the stems Into moist
:;Questions To Ask Yourself When shopping for credit place the peat pots on a win- the peat pot and all Into an soil. Coleus also roots Quickly
1 consider: dow ledge. With little or no outside location, spine gardeners III a constant mist rooting
:When 'Shopping For Credit I. Quoted Interest or carrying care and water spiked with say the I coleuS roots will
.... charge rate. What kind of y 1 l unit.During .
1'i plant food the coleus seedling unscramble I fasttlr and get In- the spring and summer
Interest Is It PIa y
: 4 will pow raDldl to earth quicker If you fall In
: 'Th1nk1n1r of buying on cre- Are you familiar with !eourcesor It figured on the total a mother you'll probably.
'tlltw credit In your community? cost or on unpaid balance? All .soon ,.& frost danger Is break off Fle? bottom of the love with certain coleus plants.To .
: The w1se consumer will shop The smart consumer asks himself 2. What 111 the total cost of past take the coleus plants I peat pot.After keep this love alive during
I ,'for his credit, just as he ehopaIor "Do I need the merchandise 3. Are the extra charges des k outside. They will make an the initial planting Is the winter, transplant the
': a new far or for a bar- badly enough to pay the such as Insurance cost? These excellent border Planting or a established, it Is easy to pro- prized plants Into clay pots
ahi In ?" credit small .formal bedge. hundreds of additional and bring them Indoors for
clothing. says Mrs. extra cost of credit add to your credit cost. pagate. .
;4t.rY N. Iiarrlson consumer cost will range from" per 4. Recording fees and Regardless of where you plants. All you do Is to pinch safe"storage" until the following

! i ,io ducatlon specialist Florida cent (plus 1 per cent for In- stamps also add: to credit cost. II place them be sure to work oft 3-lnch coleus stems and / spring. tIT'S
Agrleultural .Extenslon l Service, surancel to 25 per cent. This Who pays for these? al up a good soft mellow earthen place them In a glass: of water, .
is add on credit cost. i
p. 5. If you should pay for

: GLASS vision For instance will cost from a $400$436 tele-to your purchase earlier than ..t
anticipated Is there a redaletion ;
I $500 J If financed for one year. IllEGAL
FOR EVERY PURPOSEl'tlil.erors The same set will cost from In finance cost? Lawtey Jr.
High ISingOuflA
$472 to $600 it fananced for When shopping for credit
: two It the $400 were compare credit cost In dollars
saved years.!In savings account It and cents or on true annual muNleal. .<< 1)I'ognrrn. "Shlg-Out. 68." was Second row'J. Higginbotham, I). J. Star-
FOR EVERY PURPOSESEA'S would earn a Interest. Thus It Interest rate. You may save, prellpntpd by this group 01 LIlw..y Junior ling L. A. Starling S. Napier, G. Crewe D. For Any Person or Persons to Engage in

:: would cost less than $.00 of I yourself many d01l3rs. Read High fifth and sixth graders Tuesday night Grlftl"" J. Hilliard' D. Napier, S. Dobbs, J.
your money. each line of your contract at a PTA mC'ttlng. Redding and L. JCru e.,
Remember 12 per cent add carefullY. Never sign any con- The "Sing-Out. GLASS CO. Is In reality 23 tract that has blank .spaces ': '
on interest lUurphey ana Mrs. Carole Litwlller was Starling, D. Starling F. Rosier, U. Harvey, '
", J12-4J1S J71.4351 per cent true interest for warns Mrs. Harrison mmle"11 after the Up With People .Ing-Ing and J. Norman.
un H.W. 4th Place after the first month you do group. that apleWrl-d In Jacksonville. and Lake Fourth. row R. Jllgglnbotham, L. Allen The Name Is Remslered
Gaaovilb: not the total $400 prln.
owe IF WE DON'T HAVE IT,1 City 'pnlly.<< B. J. .\lIen. M. J. Woy, N. Lee, C. Oriffk. .

we'O let It for y&u. Office' The eludentr are (I-r) Flr"t row L. A. Norton, J'Crew80 and J. Andrew," Read This Florida Law '
I'revatt, 1\1. GasklnN V. Johnson. K. Cauley, Firth row I V. Norton, R. Martin S. DunN :
: Supplies, Furniture Equip- L1r<< R. Redding J. Cnuley .'. l'pnda"l", ('Im. J. Crawford B. Patrick, T. Brewor II.B. ':;t

AZALEAS I ment. Bradford County Wilkinson L. CreW!. I). llcrndou and D. Anllrrw". V. Griffis" D. Thomas', J. Anderson Silt shall "unlawful for an- person or persons. u .eflned lersa[ w=

\ T.elenaph. Eunl<
.. ALL KINDS ALL SIZES I flnM. without. pd unless said fictitious name shaD he registered with. the::

Edmund w. Dwy" wooden stick to pat the eollto dnk of the circuit court of the county where the principal plate .f baulmeas'Is '

; Latchstring Services Held make It a bit more com- wits registration shaD consist of filing with the ekrk aforesaid an aS..:
INCOME, TAX I Let's Garden
At pact.Plant the sP8ck.llke seeds Na.tl signed Isy all Interested persons stating under oath the names ef'.
by shaking them oft a fIat all thOM Interested In the busineM enterprise the extent .f the ID;'

i t NURSERY I SERVICESEE Edmund W. Dwyer 84. 01. ALL ABOUT COLEUS stick or the "buslnell8-end" of tend or each, and the fictitious name under which said business Is earned.!;;

r I Keystone Heights died Tuesday Germination coleus seed Js a/kitchen/ knife. Add another en' Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring:
I fine\ water mist to settle the
= HIGIiWAY 26 MELROSE In Bradford County Ffospital like keeping on the good .aide
: after a brief 111nes8. with a w..iemateboth. need seeds to engage In buslnees under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
Dogwood Camellias Palms Ii i He had been resident of 1.:Seal the bottle with a small least week for foui'.
a at
; -- --- Sego Town Finance a bit of ilum.orlng. their Intention to register said fictitious name once a
of and rubber
!square plastic a
Heights for the past
;, Ligustrum, Etc. II COMPANY Keystone 15 years coming there from seedlings However Is producing easier since coleus 1t 'b'nd and place the "seedbed" (4)) consecutive Creeks In some newspaper as defined by law In the county

PHONE 475-5-176 "TilE EGELUND 226 N. Ave. his native state of connectl-I takes about a month as compared ; tit a warm shady place. Don.t where said registration 18 to be made, and said' registration .hall. Dot bececepted '

: II Loans Up Temple To $600 I cut. He was a member of the, with the life-time tam..,,.pester the seeds too much, 'but by the clerk of the circuit court e1tcept upon reeelvinc proof et'
VISITORS WELCOME I, I Community Church of Key- of matl'lmonlaI bUss. I "'bout once a week check the
.. soil moisture and apply neb publication.
another -
stone Heights and the Old: Get, both projects'' underway
fine water mist it need-
Immt&ate1y.! By planting coleus led.
Surviving are his wife Aitc e .heed now you will be the
: CONGRATULATIONS Brown Dwyer and one son.1 first 1\\10 l "t'ae' neighborhood to ,bottle If you propagating dlm't. like unit the milk then If you are engaged business under any name

.. Edmund W. Dwyer, Jr., boil L show oIl a knee-high' hedge
.-. of Keystone Heights a daughter -use a cigar box with a plastic
; of cnlorcd leaves.
.. a. '. ','fie" Mrs. Evelyn Scott oj f Fot' the coleus project you'll cover. other than your own and d have not had thus name
o1' Kensington. Conn; one sisterMr's nee1 a square-sided. quart t ;If your patience holds out ,
,1 I Eva the 'will show signs of
I project
May Bush of East Hart mllle mellow
bottle some rich .
'J'f': ':' fort Conn; two grandch.1.dren. soil, a packet of seed a small life and' 'hundl'eds of tiny properly advertised and registered we will he"
and two gl'eat-gr9)' flat stick and an ample supply plants will unfold their leaves. ,
chlldl'en. of patience.Lf) They will all be green at first.

Funeral services were held I your sandy lot Isn't blessed But don"worry later on you Information
J will other colors form In glad to give all to
at. 2:30: p m. Thursday In the with rich soil then try the see you necessary as
I the leaves. It's about this
.. Community Church of Keystone dime store for a packet of
Heights with Rev. Leon stage that you should begin
potting 8011. To prevent soil
'.' :1 j F. Milner officiating. Inter- borne diseases from ravaging transp1antlng.U what you should do. ;;.

I ment was In the Melrose the midget size plant ,bake the you don't have the courAge ;
I II Cemetery under direction ofHERE f soil 1n the oven for at least to break the milk bottle
I r. .then tease the plants out of
an hour. Cool the soil then
i the container with long ."
if a
shake enough of the dry mixture 0 -
handled spoon or a forked .I"
Into the milk bottle to
1 fill the container up to the
bottom of the bottle's mouth Transplant. the tiny seedlings -
while holding It In a horizontal -
filled with rich mellow soil. U
Don Hale position.
MANAGER Next. moisten the soil using
a fine mist of water. If the

\, FARM BUREAU INSURANCE FOR UNION, )01 soil Is too fluffy use a flat

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral

In 1967 Don became the Third agent in Florida to IS"t t Home 01 Keystone Heights

write in excess of ,000,000 I of Life Insurance TH Ei'' FORESTRY FIRE REPORT SERVICE

in one year. In addition he distinguished Twelve fires with 70.6 acres I

himself in statewide rankings as follows : burned, were reported during 4
the week by the Florida Forest
lit IN NEW FIRE PREMIUM MAN Service In Bradford County .t';,
Since January 1 there have 0 ,
been 104 fires with 805.1 acres
IN LIVES INSURED TO CALL FOR THE BEST burned as compared with 70 I :
2nd IN NEW AUTOS BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE fires and 710 acres burned \ ,
the same period last year.

Thanks, Don, and Thanks to you Farm Bureau MERRITT Total rainfall during March

Members in Union, Baker and Bradford Counties WILLIAMS by 1.80 towers Inches, : was Louis: New Hill,River 2.40; WEST] 41LL! 4 4e

; for your support to Don and our companiei.ELORIDA 117 N. Walnut Street Santa for the Fe month 260. County 2,25 average Inches.

PHONE 96.1-5391 The 50 yearaverage for March
FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANIES P 11:110111FARM: ls 3,07 lnches. cash & (

.... carry
: 20 YEARS OLD IN 1967

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